M. LeBlanc is proud to present its second solo exhibition with Richmond-born, Chicago-based Cameron Spratley, Titled ‘Violets and Daisies’, the exhibition brings together a body of work Spratley has been developing over the past two years.
Cameron Spratley (American, b. 1994 in Manassas, VA) lives and works in Chicago. Recent solo exhibitions of Spratley’s work include American Portraiture (2023) at Moskowitz Bayse in Los Angeles, In the Air Tonight (2021) at James Fuentes in New York, 730 (2020) at M. LeBlanc in Chicago. Spratley’s work was included in the recent group exhibitions, Homotopy Type Theory (2023) at Centralbanken in Oslo, SKIN+MASKS (2022) at Kavi Gupta in Chicago, A Healthy Dose of Nihilism (2022) at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Columbus, OH, Sagittarius (2022) at Night Club Gallery in Minneapolis, Made To Be Broken (2022) at P.P.O.W. in New York, Songs of Fire(2022) at Kranzberg Arts Foundation in St. Louis, Moloch (2021) at M. LeBlanc, Chicago, and Notes on Entropy (2020) at Arcadia Missa in London. Spratley obtained his bachelor's degree in 2016 from Virginia Commonwealth University. He attended the Yale University at Norfolk residency, was the recipient of the Alice Cabell Horsely Parker Scholarship from Virginia Commonwealth University, and received a full tuition scholarship from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago where he completed his MFA.