• Press:

  • Upcoming Exhibitions:

    The Photo Show
    March 26th 2017 - May 7th 2017 (reception March 29th 6-8pm)
    Lesley Heller Workspace Gallery

    Surrogate Skin: The Biology of Objects
    November 18th 2016 - April 9th 2017
    Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts

    Unfixed Homeland
    July 17th 2016 - September 17th 2016
    Aljira Center for Contemporary Art

    July 8 - August 16, 2015 (reception July 8th)
    BRIC Arts Media House

    Addis Foto Fest 2014
    December 1st - 7th
    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women, Center for Sex and Culture
    October 1 - November 16, 2014
    Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco

    Housewarming: Notions of Home from the Center of the Universe
    October 1st - December 15, 2013 (reception October 9th 7-9pm)
    BRIC Arts Media House

    Timehri Transitions: Expanding Concepts in Guyana Art
    January 23 - March 9, 2013 (reception January 27th 3-6pm)
    Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba
    219 East 16th Street (at Avenue B)
    New York, NY 10009

  • Upcoming Events:

    trashday Clocktower Radio Show
    December 16th 2016 7pm -9pm

    Hyphenated: Featuring first and second generation American photographers in conversation.
    September 27th, 2014 2-3pm
    Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Visually Speaking: A Worldview from Guyana
    Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
    April 24th, 2014 6:30-8pm

  • A Brooklyn native and graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, Keisha weaves together themes dealing with memory and transformation often photographing her family and common everyday objects. Scarville’s work has been exhibited and published nationally. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Studio Museum of Harlem, Rush Arts Gallery, Ken Keleba Gallery, Hunter College, and The Brooklyn Museum of Art. In addition, her work has appeared in Transition Magazine, Photo District News.edu, ARC Magazine, Time, Vibe, Nylon, and The New York Times where her work has also received critical review. Keisha’s work is included in various public and private collections including the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Center for Photography at Woodstock where she was an artist-in-resident in 2003. In 2006, Keisha was awarded a grant through the Brooklyn Arts Council’s Community Arts Program. Currently, Keisha is a faculty member at the International Center of Photography. She balances her time between working for various youth arts organizations and her own art-related projects.