Installation view:

Disappearing St. Malo, 2022
Wood, Mylar, Nylon Nets
@ Socrates Sculpture Park, New York

Cheyenne Concepcion is a Filipino-American artist and designer whose work explores how architecture, politics, history and aesthetics shape place across a wide range of media including sculpture, design, social practice and public art. She creates craft-inspired sculptures, large-scale public installations and functional objects that confront hidden histories within the American landscape. By shining a light on the stories of the people and places that have been overlooked, Concepcion uses her work to engage ideas of cultural memory, migration and the built environment. She works between San Francisco and New York City.

Concepcion has received fellowships and residencies from Socrates Sculpture Park, Monument Lab, Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Goethe Institut and was a recipient of the Excellence in Design Award from UC Berkeley.

In Spring 2022, Concepcion debuted the Reclaim Collection, her first collection of collectible design through WantedDesign’s LaunchPad program highlighting emerging design studios in North America. 
︎︎︎ View the Collection
Awards & Fellowships & Exhibitions
• Artist in Residence, Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco, 2023
•  Artist in Residence, Quinn Emanuel, 2023
•  Socrates Sculpture Park  Annual Fellow, 2022
•  Shaping the Past Fellow, Monument Lab + Goethe Institut , 2021
•  Public Partiticipation Fellow, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2020
•  Excellence in Landscape Design Award, UC Berkeley,  2019
•  Inaugural Monument Lab National Fellow, 2019
•  GOP Fellow, UC Berkeley, Full Ride Scholarship, 2016-19

︎︎︎ VOGUE PHILIPPINES:  ART: 10 Days of Seeing -  Cheyenne Concepcion is Decolonizing Public Art Through Visual Storytelling, January 3, 2023
︎︎︎ HYPERALLERGIC: Your New York November Art Guide | Socrates Sculpture Park by  Bill Anania, October 27 2022
︎︎︎ ARCHPAPER: Staying Afloat: Socrates Sculpture Park displays five installations addressing the urgency of climate change, October 5 2022
︎︎︎ CURBED: Design Edit: Glass Lighting, Soft Seating and More NYC design finds you should know about by Diana Budds, September, 23, 2022
︎︎︎SIGHT UNSEEN: New York Design Week, We Missed You — Here Are 25 Favorites From the Festival That Was by Jill Singer, May 26, 2022
︎︎︎ CURBED: A Filipino American Designer Is Reclaiming the Peacock Chair “It’s more than designing a collection; I’m inventing a style,” says Cheyenne Concepcion, by Diana Budds, May 19, 2022
︎︎︎DOMINO: Scouting, New York’s Design Week Shows Prove This Millennial Trend Isn’t Going Anywhere Domino’s editors pick their favorite pieces. by Julia Stevens, May 21, 2022
︎︎︎NY POST (Online): The best new looks from the 10th annual NYCxDESIGN Festival by April Hardwick, May 20, 2022
︎︎︎ NY POST (Print): Your Next New Look by April Hardwick, May 19, 2022
︎︎︎ DESIGN MILK: Presenting WantedDesign’s Launchpad 2022,  Vy Tran, April 1, 2022
︎︎︎ REBELLIOUS MAGAZINE: The Art of Appreciating Art in Chicago July 201
︎︎︎ MISSION LOCAL: Paseo Artístico, a lovely afternoon of art, March 2021
︎︎︎ YBCA ZINE: Seeing the Essentials, July 2020
︎︎︎ART PAPERS: Monuments Under Occupation,Fall/Winter 2020
︎︎︎ KQED: Artist-Led Task Force Wants SF to Rethink Approach to Public Monuments, October 2020
︎︎︎ DAILY CAL: Resist/Release’ art show demonstrates what effective political art looks like, what it doesn’t by Ryan Tuozzollo, October 2018

Artist Talks & Lectures
•  Notes on New Monuments, NYU Asian/Pacific/American Studies Lecture, October 2022
•   Braided Strategies for a Collective Future Discussion with Joel Garcia,         Rosten Woo, Mohamed Amjahid, Panelist, Goethe Institut Los Angeles, February 2022
•   Worlding Protocol, Artist Talk, Gray Area, October 2021
•   New Monuments Taskforce at LitQuake SF, Artist Talk with Anna Lisa Escobedo, Litquake Literary Festival, October 2021
•   Artists Honoring Women,  Artist Talk, Art Builds Community for County of Santa Clara, October 2021
•   Monuments, Murals and Memorials, Artist Panelist, Western Neighborhood Projects, June 24, 2021
•   Triumph of a Woman, Public Art Installation commisioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, June 2021
•   Transformer Series, Midtown Detroit Inc x Knight Foundation, Artist Panelist, April 21 2021
•   Mourning as an Act of Love Public Exhibition, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, February - May,  2021
•   Paseo Artistico, Womxn Who Lead x Mujerxs en Accion with Camila Magrane and Zero1
•   Augmenting Memory: Justice and Monuments in New Media, Artist Panelist, Penn Weitzman School of Design moderated by Monument Lab, March 24, 2021
•   Marble & Media Lab, public art workshop in partnership with  Zero 1, February - March 2021
•   How We Remember, Where We Remember, Artist Panelist,  SF Urban Film Festival, February 19, 2021