News


Recent and Forthcoming Shows/Projects

May 2021

Sunroom  Project Space 2022 (forthcoming). Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center. Bronx, NY.


November 2021

There is a rumble beneath the tarp as part of Borimix 2021. The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, New York, NY.

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.


July 2021

Faces of the Hero: From New York to Athens. Lincoln Center (New York, NY) and Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (Athens, GR).

Colonialism as Disability / Disability as Colonialism. A panel with Alex Dolores Salerno and Miguel Gonzalez. Real Art Ways. Hartford, CT.

Acciones, gestos y sensibilidades en la performance (Conversatorio). Festival de Performance Acciones al Margen. Bucaramanga, Colombia.

There is a rumble beneath the tarp (Performance). Real Art Ways. Hartford, CT.

De Aquí y De Allá. VAE Raleigh. Raleigh, NC.


June 2021

Different Strokes/Different Folks (Virtual exhibition). The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. New York, NY.

As the palm is bent,  the boy is inclined (Digital walkthrough). Real Art Ways. Hartford, CT.

In Visible Space (Exhibition reopening). HERE Art Center. New York, NY.

In Between Yesterday Today and Tomorrow. Wallworks New York. Bronx, NY.


April 2021

As the palm is bent, the boy is inclined (solo show). Real Art Ways. Hartford, CT.


February 2021

distANSIAS (Publication). As part of Terminal Ediciones and Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair. Manhattan, NY.


Recent Press

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.