B. Quinn’s interdisciplinary practice addresses the constraints of language, the sensibilities of painting, and a combination of research and idiosyncratic making that emphasizes the duality within materials themselves. Quinn was born in Pittsburgh, Pa, and earned her BA from Chatham College for Women, later receiving her BFA and MFA in painting and drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has participated in exhibitions and projects internationally, as well as within the U.S.— most recently in a solo residency and project with MOTE 78 in Columbus, OH. Learn more about B. Quinn’s HATCH exhibitions Revolvers Are Meant for Crocodile-skins and Hiding in Plain Sight.
2015 - 2016,