Jacoub Reyes hosts independent workshops and collaborative projects in the Greater Miami community. He is currently the Artistic Director for the City of Boynton Beach’s Quantum Eco-Park and the President of the Florida Printmakers Society. Reyes is a recipient of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, Broward County’s Artist Innovation Grant, 4Culture, The Puffin Foundation, The Pew Collective Grant, Allies in Arts Grant, Immerse Artist Grant, and Awesome Grant. His work is held in several public and private collections, including MassArt, Morgan Conservatory, UCF, Frontera Galeria Urbana, The City of Orlando’s Public Art Collection, The Miami-Dade Public Library System’s Permanent Art Collection, MDPLS Zine Library, The Vasari Project, and Hoopsnake Press. He has exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally. Notable exhibitions include the International Print Center New York, Umbra: New Prints for a Dark Age juried by Alison Saar, La Sagrada Botanica Installation hosted by Creative City Project, Arte Insurgente Residency in GDL, MX, SGCI’s El Encuentro beach installation in San Juan, PR, PaperWest juried by Willie Cole, and 3rd PaperWest juried by Sam Vernon. Artist residencies include the Denbo Fellowship at Pyramid Atlantic, Zygote’s Open Call Residency, Alfred University’s BIPOC Artist Residency, University of California, San Francisco Library Artist in Residence, The Webb School Visiting Artist and Educator, Ma’s House BIPOC Residency, Shinnecock Nation, Southampton, NY, among others. Reyes has worked in museums, fine art print shops, and universities as a visiting artist and lecturer. He holds a BFA in Drawing and Printmaking from the University of Central Florida.
2023 Changing Climate
Orlando, Florida USA