Within the Artists-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host the artist Stephen Kent. Born in 1985 in Pennsylania, Kent received his BFA from Pennsylvania State University in 2007 and his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, USA, in 2013. He works around ideas of resolution and image production through the decorative gesture and the exploration of cultural codes embedded in everyday objects. Stephen currently lives and works in Berlin and will be staying in Studio Verde during November 2022.



2022          Ostfriesland Biennale, Kunstraum Pilsum & Rosarium, Winschoten, Netherlands

                 TEXT-ile, Haverkampf Leistenschneider, Berlin, Germany

2021          SPOT ON: Stephen Kent "The Art of Living", Haverkampf Galerie Berlin, Germany

2020          20/20 Gallery Swap, Alice Folker Galerie, Copenhagen, Denmark

                 Flow my Tears, Acud Macht Neu Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2019          Le Lucky, HVW8 Gallery, Berlin, Germany

                 Die Demut der Dinge, curated by PSM Gallery, Spaced Out, Uckermark, Germany                     (Solo)

                 Daydreamers. Encounter with Stephen Kent and Elisa Rusca, LOCATION III, Berlin,                   Germany

2018          NADA Fair, Good Weather Gallery, Miami, Florida

                 We Must Dance Sing and Drum Ourselves out of the Circumstances into which We                   Have Fallen, Philipp Haverkampf Galerie, Berlin, Germany (Solo exhibition)

                 My Body Doesn't Like Summer, Philipp Haverkampf Galerie, Berlin, Germany                             (curated)

                 May You Live in Interesting Times, curated by Goodweather Gallery, High Tide,                       Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2017          At the Mercy of, Lvl3, Chicago, Illinois

                 False Friends, Kulturschöpfer, Berlin, Germany (2 person exhibition with Andrew                       Thomas Perry)

                 Social Geometrism, Reinbeckhallen, Berlin, Germany

                 Rites de Passage, Philipp Haverkampf Gallery, Berlin, Germany