Lock Eyed Raque Ford, Sacha Ingber 27 July - 2 September, 2019 The Sunroom 2801 E Marshall StRichmond, VA 23223United States Photography by Patrick Harkin
My My and I’m the Dear Evil
Save me a kiss Best
You’re so selfish it’s frightening Always be with you
Raque Ford (b. 1986, Columbia, MD) is a Brooklyn-based artist. Solo shows include My Biggest Fan (CAPITAL, San
Francisco, CA); con• •dence (Williamson and Knight, Portland, OR); Karafun (The Fort, Brooklyn, NY); Carolyn (Shoot the Lobster, New York, NY); It’s All About Me, Forget About You (Species, Atlanta, GA); That Which We Call a Rose by Any
Other Name Would Smell As Sweet (Soloway, Brooklyn, NY); and Raque (Welcome Screen, London, UK); Recent two-person and group exhibitions include Retrograde (Deli Gallery, Brooklyn, NY); Soul is a four letter word (Museum Gallery
Brooklyn, NY); and In Practice: Fantasy Can Invent Nothing New (Sculpture Center, Queens, NY). She is the recipient of
the 2017 Louis Comfort Ti any Biennial Award, was awarded a residency at the International Studio and Curatorial
Program (Brooklyn, NY), and was a resident at S1 (Portland, OR). Ford graduated with a BFA in painting from Pratt
Institute and received her MFA in Visual Arts from Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Sacha Ingber (born 1987 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) lives and works in New York. She received her MFA in Sculpture
from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013. Ingber has been an artist in residence at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2013) and the Vermont Studio Center (2010). She is a 2018/19 Sharpe Walentas Studio
Program awardee and has exhibited at Brennan & Griffin, NY, Hometown Gallery, NY, Reynolds Gallery, VA, Vox Populi, PA, DaSilva Gallery in New Haven, CT, Kunstraum, NY, Coustof Waxman, NY, and PEANA projects in Monterrey, MX.
Ingber’s first Chicago solo exhibition was held at Triumph Gallery in spring 2018.