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The New England Triennial 2022 features the work of a diverse and ambitious group of artists who are based across the six states of the Northeast – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The exhibition will foreground the recent creative output of twenty-five artists, registering the creativity and resilience of those who have been working during these challenging and transformational times. The exhibition will reveal tendencies in contemporary art today, including ancestral knowledge and kinship, material transmutation, and intimate attachments to the natural world. Featuring a wide range of artistic mediums, the Triennial will include painting, sculpture, fiber arts, ceramics, print, installation, video, and performance.

Since 1989, the New England Triennial (formerly known as the deCordova New England Biennial) has been a mainstay of deCordova’s programming and mission, exemplifying the museum’s commitment to the region’s contemporary art. For the first time, this upcoming cycle will span two museum venues, deCordova and Fruitlands, expanding the platform for this highly-anticipated survey of artmaking in New England.


Elizabeth Atterbury (Maine)
Sascha Braunig (Maine)
Edwige Charlot (Rhode Island)
Ann Craven (Maine)
David Antonio Cruz (Massachusetts)
Furen Dai (Massachusetts)
Jeremy Frey (Maine)
Brenda Garand (Vermont)
Shaina Gates (New Hampshire)
Merik Goma (Connecticut)
Kate Greene (Maine)
Harry Gould Harvey IV (Massachusetts)
Meena Hasan (Massachusetts)
Jarrett Key (Rhode Island)
Baxter Koziol (Maine)
Heather Lyon (Maine)
Jodie Mack (Vermont)
Anina Major (Rhode Island)
Marla McLeod (Connecticut)
Elle Pérez (Massachusetts)
Estefania Puerta (Vermont)
Allison Maria Rodriguez (Massachusetts)
Em Rooney (Massachusetts)
Michelle Segre (Massachusetts)
Nafis M. White (Rhode Island)

The New England Triennial 2022 organizers are: Sarah Montross, Senior Curator, deCordova Museum, Shana Dumont Garr, Curator, Fruitlands Museum, Sam Adams, former Koch Curatorial Fellow, Elizabeth Upenieks, former Curatorial Assistant, and Krista Alba, Curatorial Assistant.

Publication and Programming
The New England Triennial will be accompanied by a publication and a full slate of public programming and educational initiatives featuring the exhibiting artists to enrich the show’s presentation. These will include performances, interdisciplinary exhibition tours, and round-table discussions with the artists.

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

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