A Brooklyn native and graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, Keisha Scarville weaves together themes dealing with memory and transformation often photographing her family and common everyday objects. Scarville’s work has been exhibited and published nationally. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Studio Museum of Harlem, Rush Arts Gallery, Ken Keleba Gallery, Hunter College, and The Brooklyn Museum of Art. In addition, her work has appeared in Transition Magazine, Photo District News.edu, ARC Magazine, Time, Vibe, Nylon, and The New York Times where her work has also received critical review. Keisha’s work is included in various public and private collections including the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Center for Photography at Woodstock where she was an artist-in-resident in 2003. In 2006, Keisha was awarded a grant through the Brooklyn Arts Council’s Community Arts Program. Currently, Keisha is a faculty member at the International Center of Photography. She balances her time between working for various youth arts organizations and her own art-related projects.
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