Harry Gould Harvey IV
Harry Gould Harvey IV was born in 1991 in Fall River, he lives and works in Tiverton.
Harvey’s work is manifestly inspired by Gothic architecture and borrows devotional imagery from many traditions while also being deeply connected to the natural world. For a series of work, Harvey collected wood on Prudence Island from downed white oak trees which have been infested with the gypsy moth.
A selection of Harvey’s solo and two-person exhibitions include David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence (2020); Atlanta Contemporary, Atlanta (2018); Motel, Brooklyn (2018) and Chicken Coop Contemporary, Portland (2017). Group exhibitions include LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York (2020); Hotel Art Pavilion, Brooklyn (2019); Hunter Shaw Fine Art, Los Angeles (2019); Kunsthalle Wichita, Wichita (2019); Grin Contemporary, Providence (2016) and Serpentine Galleries, London (2014).
Harvey is the co-founder of the curatorial project Pretty Days.