Devin N Morris                                   
b. 1986, Baltimore, Maryland                       

Education
09/10  B.A., Towson University –  Journalism and New Media 07- 09   
07/09  B.A., University of Maryland Eastern Shore - Fashion Merchandising
Solo Exhibition
2015    Grey Areas, Smooch Cafe, Brooklyn, New York
2014    Avocado Mango Video, Molasses Bookstore, Brooklyn, New York
Group Exhibition

2016   Torrent Tea, Newspace Photo Center, Portland, OR
           COLORED, Carpenters Union, Tacoma, WA

           Queering Space, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
           Baltimore Boy; Reading 3 Memories, Fleischer Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
           
Cold Open Verse, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY
           Cold Open Verse, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY
           JRR & ROY, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn NY
           Samples, Derrick Adams Studio, Brooklyn, NY
           After-Facts, Gallery 102 at George Washington University, Washington DC
           The Ointment, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
           PEOPLE 4 PEOPLE, Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD
           w e l c o m e w e l c o m e, Platform Gallery installation at Artscape Art Fair, Baltimore, MD
           Social Sunday, Platform Gallery, Baltimore, MD
           R U 4 Real: AN Exhibition on Authenticity and Anger, BUFU Studios, Brooklyn, NY
           6th Annual Zine & Self-Published Photo Book Fair, Baxter Street Camera Club of New York, New York, NY
           An Exhibition on Authenticity and Anger, BUFU Studios, Brooklyn, NY
           Common Sense(s); A Photo Zine Exhibition, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY
           Common Sense(s); A Photo Zine Exhibition, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, N
2015    Zine Library, Regis Center for Art - West Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
           Derrick Adams/The Holdout, Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
           Kaleidoscope NYC, Lyons Wier Gallery, New York, NY
           Date Night Salon, Curator’s Home, Brooklyn, NY
Publications
2016     Baltimore Boy: 3 Short Stories by Devin N Morris, New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY
            1 1 Conveniences
2015    Issue 2: Gray Areas, 3 Dot Zine, Smooch Cafe, Brooklyn, NY
            Waking Up Black (Special Edition Poster), Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art,
            Newark, NJ
2014    Issue 1: 3 Dot Zine, Molasses Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY
Panel Discussion
2016    Stepping Out; Adorning the Black Body Panel, Impact Hub Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
           Common Sense(s) - A Photozine Panel Discussion, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY
2015   Studio Squared: Zine Workshop, Studio Museum In Harlem, Harlem, New York, NY
Book Fairs
2016     The 6th Annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair, Baxter Street Camera Club of New York,
            New York, NY
            Pioneer Works Zine Exchange, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY
            Seventh Annual Publication and Multiples Fair, Baltimore Design School, Baltimore, MD
            Bruce High Quality Foundation Book Fair, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
2015      Skin and Bones Indie Book Fair, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
             28th Loisada Festival, Avenue C, New York, NY
             BLACKNUSS Pop Up Shop at The Studio Museum of Harlem, Studio Museum of Harlem
             New York, NY

2014       Afro Punk Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Residency
2014       Residencia São João, São José do Vale do Rio Preto, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Selected Bibliography
2016      "New York's Most Interesting Zine Fair Is This Weekend" VICE, June 11
             "Why Photo Zines Are More Important Than Ever," VICE, March 23

             "Inner City Life Meets Fashion in These Video Collages," The Creators Project; VICE, March 15
2015  “Meet #TVBPArtistInResidence: Devin Morris @3dotzine,” The Very Black Project, August 4
             “The Distinctive Collages of Mixed Media Artist Devin Morris,” AFROPUNK, July 9
             “Devin Morris on His 3 Dot Zine,” True Laurels, April 22
             “The Purest Joy: A Conversation With Devin Morris From 3 Dot Zine,” Lete Mag, April 8