Artist Registry


The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online platform for emerging and under-recognized artists to share images and information about their respective practices. The Registry seeks to create a context for artists who have yet to benefit from wider critical, curatorial or commercial support. To be eligible, artists cannot be affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City.

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Updated: 2021-05-29 07:44:42

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New York-based artist Ketta Ioannidou was born in Nicosia, Cyprus. She received her MFA from School of Visual Arts in New York and her BA (Hons) from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. She represented Cyprus in the 9th International Cairo Biennale, the 24th Alexandria Biennale for Mediterranean Countries in Egypt and the Rome Biennale for Young Artists. Her art has been exhibited at Cindy Rucker Gallery, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the NARS Foundation, the Carriage House at the Islip Art Museum, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art in Indiana and Diatopos Center of Contemporary Art in Nicosia, Cyprus.

She has curated and organized exhibitions at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show and Projekt 722 in New York, Arcade Experimental Art Projects in Nicosia, Cyprus, and co-directed Triton Gallery LLC with Chris Bors.

She currently works in the fashion industry and has produced a limited fashion line called i-k wearables based on her paintings. Ioannidou has had residencies at The Swing Space Residency, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Artists in the Marketplace Program, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Artists Enclave at I-Park Residency, East Haddam, Connecticut and Aljira in Newark, NJ. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, Flash Art, The Brooklyn Rail and Hyperallergic