2012 B.F.A. Otis College of Art and Design
Selected Group Exhibitions
Plumb Line: Charles White and the Contemporary - California African American Museum, Los Angeles, CA (Upcoming, March)
Revolver - LA Louver, Los Angeles, CA
The New Contemporaries - RESIDENCY Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
INTO ACTION - 1726 N. Spring, Los Angeles, CA
One Year: Art of Politics in LA - Brand Library and Art Center, Los Angeles, CA
Flourish - Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, Mesa, AZ
Lil Swim - Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, CA
POW! WOW! Exploring The New Contemporary Movement - Honolulu Museum of Art School, Honolulu, HI
LAX / ORD - Vertical Gallery, Chicago, IL
Swoon’s Pearly Beauty Shop - Superchief Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
California Open Juried Competition - TAG Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Juried Exhibition 2016 - Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Hawaii Swim 5.0 - New Image Art, Los Angeles, CA
Make Their Gold Teeth Ache - Moberg Gallery, Des Moines, IA
Bright Ideas - Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Bridge Between Us - 11:11 ACC Gallery, SFV, CA
Cannibal Flower - Think Tank Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Little Group Show - Lois Lambert Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Jane Spellings, Sarah. “The Artist Who Paints People of Color Meet Kohshin Finley.” The Cut. 17 Jan. 2019. Web.
Raymond Fitzpartick, Michael. “Kohshin Finley's Portraits Look Back At You.” Majestic
Journal. 13 Jan. 2019. Web.
Woodson, Michael. “This Artist Tells the Stories of People of Color in Black and White.” Artist’s Network. 28 Feb. 2018. Web.
Knight, Christopher. “In these two art shows, the political is personal for our post-Women’s March country.” Los Angeles Times. 03 Jan, 2018. Print.
Brown, Betty Ann. “Artists Continuing The Fight.” Artillery. 27 Nov. 2017. Web.
Barnett, Alex. “Expressing Multiracial, Afro-Latino (Black & Mexican) Life Through
Painting with Kohshin Finley.” Interview. Audio blog post. Multiracial Family Man. 25 Dec. 2016. Web.
Bhand, Mike. “Meet West Los Angeles Artist: Kohshin Finley.” Voyage LA. 23 Aug. 2016. Web.
Metrick-Chen, Lenore. “We’ve Always Been Here: A Portrait of the US by Two Black Artists,”
Hyperallergic. 12 Aug. 2015. Web.
Lectures and Presentation
Otis College of Art and Design, Jan. 2018
Brand Library and Art Center, Jan. 2018
Otis College of Art and Design, Sept. 2015
Brentwood School, Sept. 2015