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GHP Fellowship Artist May 28  June 28

Phoenix Lindsey-Hall is a ceramic, photographic and mixed-media artist. Lindsey-Hall’s research-based artwork centers on violence in queer communities. She began working in clay to avoid the specificity inherent in photography and instead consider how the victims, perpetrators and weapons in the hate crimes she was researching seemed exchangeable. While always sensitive to the individuals affected by this type of violence, her work explores a larger cycle of violence. In her latest work, Shame is the First Betrayer, Lindsey-Hall has joined her expertise in ceramics and in photography, screen-printing images sourced from research with the Lesbian Herstory Archives onto porcelain slabs. 

Lindsey-Hall holds an MFA in photography from Parsons School of Design at The New School and a BFA in photography from Savannah College of Art. She has shown her artwork at the Pulse Art Fair, Victori + Mo Gallery and the Christopher Stout Gallery, among others, and has had residencies at the NARS Foundation, Aljira Contemporary Art Center and Gallery Aferro.

Lindsey-Hall will use her May 28 to June 28, 2019 fellowship at the Pottery to develop a new body of work.

Our Fellowship and Residency Program fosters an artist’s development by providing time, space and material in the center of the art world. The fellow has access to a private studio space (20’ x 17’) during the Pottery’s regular business hours, free stocked clay and access to gas and electric firings. 

Greenwich House Pottery, a non-profit (501c3) organization, is New York City’s premier ceramic facility. Originally founded in 1909 to teach immigrants a marketable skill in the spirit of the Arts & Crafts Movement, the Pottery is now an arts center for the local and international community that strives to support the history and future of the ceramic arts through its educational facilities, artist residency and gallery.

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