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Beverly McIver (b. 1962, Greensboro, NC) is widely acknowledged as a significant presence in contemporary American painting, charting new directions as an African American woman artist committed to examining racial, gender, social and occupational identity through self-portraits and images of her family. McIver received an MFA from Penn State University, PA and BA and honorary doctorate from North Carolina Central University, NC. Her work has been featured in group and solo exhibitions at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY; Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, CO; Coral Gables Art Museum, FL; Mint Museum, NC; New York Academy of Art, NY; North Carolina Museum of Art, NC; Greenhill Art Center, NC; Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ; Shemer Art Center, AZ; and Weatherspoon Center of Art, NC, among others. McIver’s work has been acquired by the Asheville Museum of Art, NC; Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; Cameron Art Museum, NC; Crocker Art Museum, CA; David C. Driskell Center, MD; High Museum of Art, GA; Mint Museum, NC; Nasher Museum of Art, NC; National Portrait Gallery, DC; Nelson Fine Arts Center Art at Arizona State University, AZ; North Carolina Museum of Art, NC; and Philadelphia Academy of Art, PA, among others. She is currently based in Durham, NC where she is the Ebenshade Professor of the Practice in Studio Arts at Duke University.