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Fawn Krieger (born May 8, 1975) is an American interdisciplinary artist who creates discrete sculptures and immersive multi-media environments individually and sometimes in collaboration with other artists and performers, including Neal Medlyn,[1] Tracy + the Plastics,[2] Edwin Torres,[3] and Anna Oxygen.

Often working with a mix of industrial and domestic materials, video and performance, Krieger’s work deals with actions around touch, memory, rupture, and transference as grounds for recovery and re-imagination. Sourcing histories and systems of communal values within material culture, Krieger’s work functions as speculative object-theatres and artifacts, recording corporeal and tactile impressions of social impact, exchange, and revolution.

Krieger’s work has been commissioned and installed at numerous venues, including The Kitchen,[4] Art in General,[5] Nice & Fit Gallery, The Moore Space, Von Lintel Gallery, Galerie West,[6] Soloway Gallery,[7] Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University,[8] Portland Institute for Contemporary Art,[9] Human Resources Los Angeles,[10] Fleisher-Ollman Gallery,[11] and Lambretto ArtProject[12]

Krieger was born in Port Jefferson, NY, and currently lives in New York City. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design, and a Master of Fine Arts from Bard College’s Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts.[13] Krieger's work has been written about in The New York Times,[14] Sculpture Magazine,[15] Artforum,[16] Art in America,[17] BOMB,[18] as well as The Brooklyn Rail,[19] and she is the recipient of a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award,[20] an Art Matters Foundation Grant,[21] and a Jerome Foundation grant.[22] Krieger has taught in the art departments of Virginia Commonwealth University[23] and Adelphi University.

Publications

Krieger, Fawn (2009). COMPANY (Vol. XV ed.). New York: Art In General. p. 192. ISBN 1934890154.

Torres, Edwin (2019). The Body in Language. Counterpath Press. p. 360. ISBN 1933996722.

Boris, Staci (2008). The New Authentics. Spertus. ISBN 0935982655.

References

  1. ^ Dillon, Noah (October 22, 2013). "Art Matters: Two Artists, a Chevy Astro Van and a Statue of Michael Jackson" (T Magazine). The New York Times.
  2. ^ "Tracy + the Plastics and Fawn Krieger: ROOM". The Kitchen.
  3. ^ "Edwin Torres & Fawn Krieger, Ernesto Gomez, Sean Meehan / "Futopo" by Edwin Torres". The Poetry Project.
  4. ^ Tan, Lumi. "Matter Out of Place". The Kitchen.
  5. ^ Hernández Chong Cuy, Sofía (August 8, 2008). "A special kind of COMPANY".
  6. ^ "Exhibitions: "Autonomy Exchange Archive" at West den Haag". Mousse Magazine. May 2014.
  7. ^ Ballard, Thea (February 2016). "On Our Radar: Fawn Krieger". Modern Painters.
  8. ^ Artner, Alan G. (December 6, 2007). "New exhibit gives modern focus to Spertus tradition". Chicago Tribune.
  9. ^ "Fawn Krieger". Portland Institute for Contemporary Art.
  10. ^ Tuck, Geoff (September 16, 2011). "Notes on Looking: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles" (PDF). Mother's Tankstation Limited.
  11. ^ Newhall, Edith (March 11, 2012). "Galleries: A wide-ranging celebration of 2d-wave feminism". The Philadelphia Inquirer.
  12. ^ Tagliafierro, Marco (September 17, 2009). "Critics' Picks: Milan". Artforum.
  13. ^ "Fawn Krieger". Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts. Bard College.
  14. ^ Heinrich, Will (January 22, 2021). "3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now". The New York Times.
  15. ^ Arfiero, Michela (April 25, 2019). "Fawn Krieger" (March - April 2019). Sculpture Magazine.
  16. ^ Mandanici, Sabrina (February 2, 2021). "Critics' Picks: New York". Artforum.
  17. ^ Miller, Leigh Anne. "Tracy + The Plastics with Fawn Krieger at The Kitchen" (June/July 2005). Art in America.
  18. ^ Katchadourian, Nina (February 3, 2021). "The Bakery". BOMB.
  19. ^ Mosfuco, Michela (February 7, 2018). "To Signify Dreams on the Surface of the Body". The Brooklyn Rail.
  20. ^ "Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Announces Recipients of 2019 Biennial Grants". ArtfixDaily. May 12, 2020.
  21. ^ "Fawn Krieger". Art Matters.
  22. ^ "Fawn Krieger". Jerome Foundation.
  23. ^ Carrigan, Margaret (August 29, 2017). "The 15 Top Art Schools in the United States". Artsy.
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