Isolation and interaction is a common recurring idea in my work. I am interested in the complexities and the contradictions surrounding familial relationships as well as societal differences and how these variations affect individual and group responses to themes of Beauty, the Body, and Identity. My current work explores these ideas, addressing the process through which groups (specifically female) navigate these issues.
Henry’s work has been shown at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Fisk University, and the Nashville International Airport in addition to the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, and the Drawing Center and the Whitney Museum in New York.
May 13th – May 31st, 2020 A group survey featuring works evoking concepts of time, solitude, and reflection. “Hear My...
Art Forum includes Alicia Henry' solo exhibition at the Power Plant in Toronto, Canada, among "Critic's Picks"
The Power Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Will Exhibit Alicia Henry’s Work in Solo Exhibition, Witnessing in Early 2019
Catherine D. Anspon, Art Editor at PaperCity Writes About Liliana Bloch’s Success as a First Year Participant in the 2018 Dallas Art Fair: “Looking Back at the Dallas Art Fair — the First-Timers Tell: All Record Number of Visitors in Year 10 and More to Come”
As Part of the Dallas Art Fair Foundation Acquisition Program at the 2018 Dallas Art Fair
Michael Granberry of The Dallas Morning News Writes About Alicia Henry, Represented by Liliana Bloch Gallery: “Liliana Bloch introduces Dallas to an artist whose work can be ‘daunting and scary'”
November 18, - December 30, 2017