ARC is proud to announce its first resident artist, Ryder Richards!
Ryder Richards, Work/Play: Deflategate, 2016
Ryder will be in Chattanooga for the month of October, with an exhibition scheduled for the First Friday of November (Nov. 4th) at the Swine gallery. Throughout the month we will have scheduled events to engage with the community, including an opening reception & artist’s talk, a Patron’s Night Preview Party, a workshop, and some events at local restaurants and businesses. These events allow for the public to engage with the artist, learning in both formal and informal environments. You can see and read more about Ryder at his website. More news and updates on events coming soon!
Born in 1977 Ryder grew up in Roswell, New Mexico and currently works in Dallas, Texas.
Richards is a co-founder of the RJP NOMADIC GALLERY, CULTURE LABORATORY and Dallas-based group THE ART FOUNDATION. He has curated and exhibited in numerous exhibitions (including an exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art) and is the recipient of several scholarships, travels abroad, and awards for his achievements in art, including five artist-in-residence programs.
Richards has exhibited at the Bellevue Museum, Seattle; Roswell Museum, Roswell, NM; Olm Space, Switzerland; Public Address, Brooklyn; Antena, Chicago; Falling Water, Pennsylvania; Cornell University, Ithaca; Monkskirche, Tangermunde, Germany; C2 Pottery Gallery, China; Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio; The Luminary, St. Louis ; Lawndale, Houston; Amarillo Museum of Art; San Diego Art Institute; The London Art Fair; as well as The Power Station, The Reading Room, Beefhaus, and Gray Matters in Dallas. He has participated in The Texas Biennial 2011 and 2013 and the Dallas Biennial 2012 and 2014.