Suzanne Broughel is a white artist who makes work that explores whiteness as a racialized identity. Using everyday objects as art materials, she mines history, contemporary life, and autobiography to examine race in the United States, with a particular focus on structural racism and the construct of whiteness. She has exhibited at P.S. 1/MOMA, Marlborough Gallery, Columbia University, The University of Memphis, Rush Arts Gallery, and Longwood Art Gallery, among other spaces. She was a participant at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2008, as well as the Emerge 8 Program at Aljira Center for Contemporary Art. Broughel is the recipient of fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts and A.I.R. Gallery, and was a resident artist in the 2010 Triangle Artists Workshop. In 2014, she completed The Laundromat Project’s Create Change Fellowship. In 2015 she was a participant in the New Museum’s R&D Seminar: Persona, as well as The Art & Law Program. Broughel is a member of the tART feminist art collective. In 2017, she was a participant in Toronto’s Feminist Art Conference residency. Broughel was born in Yonkers, New York and is based in New York City.