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Richard Neal is the inaugural recipient of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Fellowship Award.
He is exhibiting his work as part of a two-person exhibit, titled Fragile at the Cape Cod Museum of Art with Frank Anigbo, curated by Lauren Wolk. The opening is October 6 from 5-7 and the show will run through December 31, 2022.
A catalog of the exhibit is available at the museum store.
Several events will run in conjunction with the exhibit including
a panel discussion moderated by Mindy Todd of NPR's The Point;
a concert with Mozelle Andrulot presenting a tribute to Billie Holliday;
a screening of I am Not Your Negro, an award-winning documentary, based on the work of James Baldwin.
The Fragile exhibit is the subject of an article in the 2022 edition of Provincetown Arts.
Upcoming solo exhibits will be at the New Bedford Art Museum in 2022, Cotuit Center for the Arts in 2023, and Provincetown Art Association and Museum in 2024.
Richard's work was featured in a three-city tour of Cuba in a 2019 exhibit titled Imagine, curated by Juan Carlos Mejias.
He is represented by Miller White Fine Arts and works at Chalkboard Studio in Barnstable Village.
He was interviewed by the Associated Press in connection with the exhibition Artwork Inspired by a Presidential Home. The interview was reprinted by The Washington Post, ABC News and many other media outlets. The Los Angeles Times did a feature article about the project with images of Richard's work, on the 100th Anniversary of JFK's birth.
Richard was interviewed by The Boston Globe concerning his art and his studio practice.
His work is included in the publication Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: People and Places by Deborah Forman.
A catalog titled Making Faces, is available through Amazon.