Amarie Cemone Gipson

Amarie Cemone Gipson

Amarie Gipson is a writer, cultural worker and the Houston editor-at-large for Burnaway. She has held curatorial positions at various art institutions including The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Independently, her writing has been published in Artforum, ArtNews, ESSENCE, and many others. She is also the former Arts & Culture editor of Houstonia Magazine, where she worked to bring much-needed attention to Houston’s art scene. With nearly a decade of experience in the realms of fine art, music, and media, Gipson built The Reading Room, a Black art reference library made from her personal collection of books on Black visual art and cultural production.

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In the Studio with Chayse Sampy

Amarie Gipson visits mixed-media artist Chayse Sampy in her shared studio in Downtown Houston to discuss living in the South, Afro-surrealism, and the color blue.