Don Lambert has developed a creative practice that includes object-making, and social engagement. Labor is central to his work.
Through a re-working of materials, story, and place, Lambert investigates migratory and fluid aspects of identity. Personal narrative and history are integral to his process. His training as a sculptor, and experience organizing humanitarian projects, has created a diverse body of work, including on-going projects in Haiti, and the Peruvian Amazon.
Lambert earned his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2004. Notable exhibitions include the Miami Art Museum, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, NADA Miami Beach w/Locust Projects and Country Club Projects, the Art & Culture Center of Hollywood (solo), and the Cincinnati Art Museum (solo).