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Creating, Curating and Collaborating with Christina Massey

Christina Massey is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has won multiple awards including an FST StudioProject Fund Grant, Brooklyn Arts Fund Grant, SIP Fellowship at the EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and Puffin Foundation Grant. Massey’s work has been featured in Hyperallergic, Art Spiel and Art Fuse and is in the collections of the Janet Turner Museum, Art Bank Collection in DC, Credit Suisse and multiple private collections. Her work has shown at such venues as John Doe, Blackbird and Equity galleries in NYC and in museums such as Noyes Arts Garage in Atlantic City, the deCordova Sculptural Park & Museum outside of Boston and the Ormond Memorial Art Museum in Florida.

Massey is the founder and curator of the WoArtBlog highlighting the work of contemporary female identifying artists. Her curatorial projects have shown at such locations as the Pelham Art Center, BioBAT Artspace, Hunterdon Museum and ISE Foundation. Artists she has worked with early in their careers have gone on to win such prestigious awards as the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, Joan Mitchel Foundation Grant and the Guggenheim Fellowship.

She is also the founder and creator of the USPS Art Project, an initiative created on social media encouraging art collaborations during the pandemic in support of the postal system. Over 1000 artists participated in the project, and over 4000 artworks were created. The project exhibited and traveled around the country showing 6 different states and was featured in such publications as ArtNet News, Vassari21 and ABC News.


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