Allen-Golder Carpenter, (b. 1999 in Washington DC), is a gender nonconforming interdisciplinary artist, designer, poet, author and activist. Their work as an artist serves to reconcile the various aspects of their identity as they relate themselves and the world around them. In 2023 Carpenter has exhibited internationally completing his first solo exhibition at Screw Gallery in the UK and Galerie Kandlhofer in Vienna. Additionally, Carpenter has been included in multiple group shows in White ColumnsNo Gallery, Housing NY and Von Ammon Co. Allen-Golder Carpenter currently lives and works in Washington DC.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2024

To Dream of Smoke, No Gallery, New York City, NY (forthcoming)

2023

Water Memory, Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna, Austria (forthcoming)

Ghetto Body Surrogate / My Body My Song, Screw Gallery, Leeds, UK

2022

Afotèz: Paper, Cotton, Stone./ SAMSARA , von Ammon CO, Washington D.C.

SPECIAL PROJECTS / COLLABORATIONS

2023

Alive In The Living, video commission for Richie Culver for Drowned By Locals (forthcoming)

2022

A.A.P supported by Aton Ibe and Amorphous Photo, Retail Pharmacy / Larrie, New York, NY (designer presentation)

PERFORMANCES

2021

My Body My Song, The Living Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS / PROJECTS

2023

Armory Off-SIte at the US Open, No Gallery, USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing NY (forthcoming)

NADA New York, No Gallery, New York, NY

FOCUS GROUP 4, von Ammon Co, Washington D.C.

Dwelling, White Columns (Online), New York, NY

Pedagogy As Self, HOUSING, New York, NY

20/92, Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA

2021

Before Black Had A Name, Shungu Gallery, Frederick, MD

Unveiling Resistance, Galleries at CCBC Essex, Baltimore, MD

February Install, Dupont Underground, Washington D.C.

CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2024

Home Body, von Ammon Co, Washington, DC (forthcoming)

2023

Home Body, von Ammon Co, Washington, D.C. (forthcoming)

LECTURES

2022

Afotèz: Paper, Cotton, Stone. In conversation with Daniel Adegbesan, von Ammon co, Washington D.C.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2022

Lauren LaRocca, “New exhibit at Shungu aims to tear down the Black monolith” Frederick News Post, Feb 10

2021

Cloe Kolhoss, “Artist Allen-Golder is Reviving Honesty and Punk in Contemporary Art” Honey Suckle, May 28