• Summer 2023

    The Dodd Galleries at the University of Georgia have invited Réfi to create a site-specific work for the Plaza Gallery. It will open mid-August.

  • Winter 2023

    Réfi is having a solo presentation at The End Project Space in Atlanta, entitled What's Left Will Burn. The show opens January 21st and runs through March 26th.

  • Fall 2022

    Réfi has been awarded a residency at Hambidge Center for two weeks in November.

  • Fall 2021

    The Atlanta Contemporary is including Réfi's piece Hair Rope in the exhibition Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow, on display from September 18th through November 14th.

  • Winter 2020

    Western Exhibitions in Chicago will be including Réfi's work in a 4 person show entitled Female Trouble, opening January 10th and running through February 22nd.

    A work of Réfi's is exhibited in the show First, Second, and Third Person at Pierogi Gallery from January 19th through February 16th.

    Réfi has a piece included in the show Tiny Universe curated by Didi Dunphy in Athens, GA at the Gallery at Hotel Indigo.

  • Winter 2019

    Elijah Wheat Showroom will be exhibiting Réfi's first solo show in New York throughout the month of March. The opening reception is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 2nd.

  • Spring 2017

    Réfi's studio will once again be included in the Greenpoint Open Studios weekend . Her studio will be open to visitors from noon until 6 pm on both Saturday and Sunday, June 3rd and 4th. Please stop in, have a beer, and see what she has been working on!

  • Spring 2016

    Réfi's studio will be included in the Greenpoint Open Studios weekend . Her studio will be open to visitors from noon until 6 pm on both Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. Come on by and see what she has been up to!

  • Winter 2016

    Winter Shack has selected Réfi to be a participating artist in their 2016 season. She will be distributing custom screen printed blankets at their event on February 27th in Brooklyn, NY.

  • Fall 2015

    Réfi will be included in the exhibition Checkered History at Outpost Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. The exhibition will be on view October 2nd through 30th.

  • Summer 2015

    Réfi is included in the exhibition Off the Grid at Pierogi Gallery in Brookyn, opening June 12th and running through July 12th.

  • Winter 2015

    Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, NY has included Réfi in their curated flat files. These are physically located in the gallery and digitally online. Three drawings from Refi's Every Word I Spoke (October 15th, 2013) series will be displayed at the gallery to correspond with an exhibition that opens February 27th.

  • Winter 2014

    Réfi has several drawings included in the upcoming exhibition SCORE at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia in Atlanta opening January 31st and running through March 29th.

  • Fall 2013

    An interview with Réfi conducted by Stacia Yeapanis is available on the Other People's Pixels blog.

    Réfi has 3 works included in an exhibition at the Linda Matney Gallery in Williamsburg, VA.

  • Fall 2012

    Réfi has a new drawing included in the 15 Year Anniversary Retrospective at Youngblood Gallery in Atlanta.

  • Summer 2012

    The exhibition Drawn: from Athens, in which Réfi's most recent body of work is included, will be traveling to the Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth, GA and be on view June 5th through August 25th.

  • Fall 2011

    Réfi has a piece of work included in the online art exhibition A Happy Ending for the art and literature magazine Marco Polo. All of the pieces in the exhibition were created in response to Francois Truffaut's film The Woman Next Door.

  • Summer 2011

    Réfi has been nominated for the Joan Mitchell Foundation 2011 Painters and Sculptors Grant in the amount of $25,000.

  • Spring 2011

    Réfi will be one of the artists included in the inaugural publication of Atlanta Art Now, entitled "NOPLACENESS". The volume will be written by art critics Jerry Cullum, Catherine Fox, and Cinque Hicks and is currently in production.

    Refi's 2010 solo exhibition November 2nd at Solomon Projects in Atlanta was reviewed in the March 2011 issue of Art in America.