Selected artists 2023

Selected artists 2023

Fountainhead Residency

Courtesy of Fountainhead Arts.

October 27, 2022
Selected artists 2023

Fountainhead announces its 2023 artist residency selections, a roster of 30 exceptional contemporary artists from around the world and working across various media. Selected artists will live and work in Miami in the historic Morningside neighborhood for one month while connecting one-on-one with renowned curators, collectors, and arts professionals and the Miami public at-large. The immersive residency program is designed to offer artists time and space to create work, be inspired by Miami, and nurture relationships and connections that can help artists thrive in their careers; fulfilling the organization’s mission to elevate artists’ voices and transform society through their work.

This year’s applications were thoughtfully reviewed by an esteemed panel of curators and scholars, which included Allison Glenn, a senior curator at the Public Art Fund in New York; Susanna Temkin, a curator at El Museo del Barrio in New York; Rodrigo Valenzuela, a Fountainhead alum, visual artist and professor of photography at the University of California Los Angeles; and Melissa Wallen, the director of the de la Cruz Collection in Miami.

Founded in 2008, 2023 marks Fountainhead Residency’s 15-year anniversary and will celebrate a history of uplifting exceptional artists across varying backgrounds and mediums. To date, Fountainhead has hosted over 500 artists from 47 different countries, and countless US cities.

The 2023 artist residency roster includes:

January 2023
Sponsored in part by Shepard Broad Foundation. Baris Gotkurk (b. Turkey; New York) / Juan Jose Cielo (b. Colombia; New York) in partnership with YoungArts / Miguel Braceli (b. Venezuela; New York).

February 2023
Sponsored in part by Hesty Leibtag and Terry Verk. Christian Ruiz Berman (b. Mexico; New York) / Miles Greenberg (b. Montreal; New York) / Tamara Santibañez (b. Oregon; New York).

March 2023
Sponsored in part by Leslie and Michael Weissman. 
Chloe Chiasson (b. Texas; New York) / Devin Johnson (b. New York; New York) / Jenny Feal (b. Cuba; France).

April 2023: climate and environmental sustainability 
Sponsored by Jane Wesman. Alexander Russi (b. Kansas; New York) / Randi Renate (b. Texas; New York) / Sarah Ann Weber (b. Illinois; California).

May 2023
Sponsored in part by Lois Whitman-Hess and Eliot Hess. Andres Aizicovich (b. Argentina; Argentina) / Furong Zhong (b. China; Pennsylvania) / Kadar Brock (b. New York; New York).

June 2023
Sponsored in part by Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz and Sustainable Arts Foundation. Adama Delphine Fawundu (b. New York; New York) / Karina Aguilera Skvirsky (b. Rhode Island; New York) / Victoria Udondian (b. Nigeria; New York).

July 2023
Sponsored by Carlo and Micol Schejola Foundation. Alanna Fields (b. Maryland; Maryland) / Jenelle Esparza (b. Texas; Texas) / Olivia Jia (b. Illinois; Pennsylvania).

August 2023
Sponsored in part by Adriana and Ricardo Malfitano. Julia Gutman (b. Australia; Australia) / Nekisha Durrett (b. Washington, DC; Washington, DC) / Manoela Medeiros (b. Brazil; Brazil).

September 2023
Joaquin Segura (b. Mexico; Mexico) / Rashawn Griffin (b. Los Angeles; Missouri) / Ruth Patir (b. Israel; Israel).

October 2023
Curtis Santiago (b. Canada; Germany) in partnership with Atlantic Art Fair / Jeffrey Meris (b. Haiti; New York) / Xavier Scott Marshall (b. New York; New York) / For inquiries, contact Nicole Martinez, Associate Director at nicole [​at​] or T 305 450 0414. 

About Fountainhead
Fountainhead’s mission is to elevate the voices, visibility and value of artists in our society and make their work accessible in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Offering a year-round residency program and the countywide open studios program Artists Open, Fountainhead empowers artists to build thriving careers while cultivating and nurturing a community that supports them and their work. Major support for Fountainhead is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, the State of Florida Division of Arts and Culture, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Jorge M. Perez Family Foundation, the Arison Arts Foundation, and others. Learn more at

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