Recent and Forthcoming Shows/Projects

June 2022

For the Birds. Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Brooklyn, NY.

May 2022

A tropic squall blew in, while you dried in the sand. Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center. Bronx, NY.

April 2022

Engendered. Marketview Art. York College of Pennsylvania. York, PA.

November 2021

Stone Yucayeque/El Yucayeque de Piedra. The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, New York, NY.

October 2021

Debajo de los horizontes oceánicos: Réplicas y presagios de las labores sumergidas. Carribean-yet-to-come. San Juan, PR.

Recent Press

Carlos Ortíz Burgos, «Caribbean Artists Eroding at Wave Hill». The Latinx Project at New York University. 06 July 2022.

Re’al Christian, «Going to the Field: Kevin Quiles Bonilla Interviewed by Re’al Christian». BOMB Magazine. 29 June 2022.

Megan Bent, «The Dynamics of Photography and Disability: Kevin Quiles Bonilla». Lenscratch. 09 April 2022.

Sofía Shaula Reeser-del Rio, «Stone Yucayeque: Old San Juan’s 500-Year History on Display at The Clemente». The Latinx Project at New York University.  7 January 2022.

Octavio López Vessi, «As the palm is bent, the boy is inclined: Solo show by Kevin Quiles Bonilla at Real Art Ways, USA». Terremoto Magazine, 03 August 2021.

Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, «¡PRESENTE! Disability Justice and U.S. Latinx Art», The Latinx Project at New York University, 17 November 2020.

Dessane Lopez Cassell, «Queer Art Workers Reflect: Kevin Quiles Bonilla Maintains That Pride Is Celebrated All The Time», Hyperallergic, 25 June 2020.