Carl E. Hazlewood
  • Male
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States

Carl E. Hazlewood's Friends

  • Malik Seneferu
 

Carl E. Hazlewood's Page

Profile Information

Latest Activity

Carl E. Hazlewood updated their profile
Oct 9, 2012
Malik Seneferu left a comment for Carl E. Hazlewood
"HEY CARL, IT IS GREAT TO HERE FROM YOU MY BLACK IVORY SERIES  HAS BEEN MY LATEST DISCOVERY STAY TUNED FOR MORE BRO. REMAIN CREATIVE"
Oct 9, 2012
Carl E. Hazlewood left a comment for Malik Seneferu
"Hi Malik... good to meet you here... thanks for your continued friendship ;-])Great to see so many of your works. I Iike the little sculptures in particular... so, as you usually say, "Stay Creative!" c."
Oct 9, 2012
Carl E. Hazlewood and Malik Seneferu are now friends
Oct 9, 2012
Carl E. Hazlewood posted photos
Oct 9, 2012
Malik Seneferu liked Carl E. Hazlewood's photo
Oct 8, 2012
Carl E. Hazlewood posted a photo
Oct 8, 2012
Carl E. Hazlewood is now a member of BLACK ART IN AMERICA
Oct 8, 2012

Carl E. Hazlewood, was born in Guyana, South America. He has been an exhibiting artist since childhood and is also a writer and curator currently living in Brooklyn, NY.

The co-founder of Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, NJ, he has taught at various institutions, including New Jersey City University, where he taught art history.

Currently associate editor for Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, (Duke University) he has written for many other periodicals, including Flash Art International, ART PAPERS Magazine, and NY Arts Magazine. Since 1984 he has organized numerous curatorial projects for Aljira such as ’Modern Life’ (co-curated with Okwui Enwezor). Hazlewood’s project, Current Identities, Recent Painting in the United States,’ was the US prize-winning representation at the ‘Bienal International de Pintura,’ Cuenca, Ecuador 1994.

As an Independent curator he has organized exhibitions for The Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC; Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC; Hallwalls, NY; Artists Space, NYC; P.S. 122, NYC, among other venues.

As an artist, Carl E. Hazlewood's awards include:
Triangle International Artists Workshop, NY 2012
The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant nominee, 2010
The Wheeler Foundation Grant, NY
Exhibition Grants, Artists Space, NY
Edward Arthur Mellinger Educational Foundation Scholarship, Chicago, Ill.
Max Beckmann International Award for Advanced Study, Brooklyn Museum, NY.
Anco-Wood Foundation Award, Pratt Institute, NY
Rosalie Petrash Schmidt Memorial Award, Pratt Institute, NY
Award, National Art Exhibition, Guyana, SA
Human Rights Year Award, National History and Arts Council, Guyana, SA
Poster Design Award, Chamber of Commerce, Houston, TX
Awards, National Scholastic Exhibitions, Houston, TX


His art is in many private & public collections internationally, including:
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, Louisiana
Museu Brasileiro da Escultura, São Paulo - Brazil
The Schomburg Center Collections, New York, NY
Johnson and Johnson, Inc.
The National Collection of Fine Arts, Guyana, South America

Awarded Commission for Public Art - Bronx River Project:
Elizabeth Grajales - Sculpture & Carl Hazlewood- Poetry, Bronx, NY,

Carl E. Hazlewood's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of BLACK ART IN AMERICA to add comments!

Join BLACK ART IN AMERICA

At 10:21am on October 9, 2012, Malik Seneferu said…

HEY CARL,

IT IS GREAT TO HERE FROM YOU MY BLACK IVORY SERIES  HAS BEEN MY LATEST DISCOVERY STAY TUNED FOR MORE BRO.

REMAIN CREATIVE

 
 
 

art fairs during art basel ...

Charlotte ...

Gantt Center Opens New Exhibit Highlighting African-American Icons October 15 - Read

sponsor ...

Buy art online...

New Works Just In our SBO Galleries

Don't Shoot exhibition ...

Hands up, Don't Shoot: Artists Respond Exhibition opening October 17th throughout St. Louis. Read

Members

Sponsor...

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

© 2010-2014   Created by BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ / Copyright 2010-2014 BLACK ART IN AMERICA. LLC   All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service