Haynes Riley is an artist, curator, and designer with an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He is founder and director at Good Weather in North Little Rock, Arkansas. While at the helm of Good Weather, Riley has organized nearly thirty solo exhibitions and participated in NADA New York, Material Art Fair, ARTBandini Los Angeles, and 9/50: A Southeast Arts Presenters Summit at Atlanta Contemporary; and published artists’ books and editions that have been presented at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Los Angeles), Detroit Art Book Fair (Detroit), and VA/BF (Vancouver). Riley also founded Girl/Boy Gallery while participating in the Ox-Bow School of Art Fall Artist Residency; co-curated In All Kinds of Weather at Gallery Protocol (Gainesville); and most recently co-curated group exhibitions Shades in Little Rock and curated In the Heat of the Night in Chicago through The Bedfellow’s Club; and presented work as part of Document V at The Luminary (St. Louis). He has had solo exhibitions at Tops (Memphis), The Hills Esthetic Center (Chicago), and Hammock Gallery (Los Angeles); and his work has most recently been included in group shows Fence, curated by Ron Ewert, as part of The Great Good Place, a multi-layered set of collaborative exhibitions organized by Brandon Alvendia, at Threewalls (Chicago); Read Image, See Text at Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills); and TOGETHER/ALONE at EMBASSY (Los Angeles). He is Design Director at Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla) and lives and works in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

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