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NH DePass (b.1990) is an artist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He holds an MFA in Sculpture from The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY and a BA from The Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA. In his work there is disjuncture between old and new: a tension between craft and digital innovation. DePass uses classical techniques like hand sewing and carpentry while incorporating digital graphics and printing to create works that disturb historical and cultural timelines. In 2021, his work was featured in the solo exhibition Form Destroyer at Thierry Goldberg Gallery in New York City. He has exhibited in group exhibitions at The Pit, Los Angeles; Public Gallery, London; GYNP Gallery, Berlin; and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans. In 2021, he was awarded “1st” place in the Louisiana Contemporary exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern art.

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(2011 - 2015) Savannah College of Art and Design - BFA

(2018 - 2020) Pratt Institute of Fine Arts (PRATT) - MFA 



2023  Solo Exhibition - Sibyl Gallery - Squiggle - New Orleans, LA

2022  Group Exhibition - Swivel Gallery - The Cowboys Made Me Cry - Saugerties, NY

2021  Group Exhibition - Ogden Museum of Southern Art - Louisiana Contemporary - New Orleans, LA

2021  Solo Exhibition - Thierry Goldberg - Form Destroyer - New York City, NY

2020  Group Exhibition - Public Gallery - No Time Like The Present - London, UK

2019  Group Exhibition - The Pit LA - The Flat Files - Los Angeles, CA 

 2019  Group Exhibition - The Pfizer Building - Mostly Fine Adults - Brooklyn, NY 

2019  Group Exhibition - Mount Analogue- Ultra Light Beam - Seattle, WA 

 2016  Solo Exhibition - GNYP Gallery - Act I and II: Guides, Gods, and Other Mythologies - Berlin, Germany 



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2023 - Wassaic Project - Wassaic, NY

2021 - Joan Mitchell Foundation Residency - New Orleans, LA

2019 - North Hill Residency from the Newsstand Project - Pasadena, CA


2021 - 1st place: Louisiana Contemporary 2021 - Ogden Museum of Southern Art

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