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Benjamin Sloat

Assistant Professor, Director MFA in Visual Arts

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Working across various media including photography, sculpture, video, and installation, Sloat's projects have often used vernacular materials as a base for creating works with shifting cultural and social meanings.

His work has been shown in group exhibitions at the Kunstal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; MFA, Boston; and Dublin City Gallery/The Hugh Lane. Solo shows include those at the American Cultural Center, Taipei; Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston; and Galerie Laroche/Joncas, Montreal. He is represented by Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston.



  • American Cultural Center, Taipei
  • Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston
  • Galerie Laroche/Joncas, Montreal
  • Coop Gallery, Nashville
  • Die Kloschausen, Munich
  • Pearl River Gallery, New York
  • NLH Space, Copenhagen


  • Dublin City Gallery/The Hugh Lane
  • Kunstal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
  • MFA Boston
  • Peabody-Essex Museum
  • Queens Museum
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

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