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Angela Conant

Sculpture To Hold in Your Hand 1
2018
Marble
5 x 1 x 1 inch
$300

 
Sculpture To Hold in Your Hand 2
2018
Marble
4 ¾ x 1 x 1 inch
$300
Sculpture To Hold in Your Hand 3
2018
Marble
4 x 1 x 1 inch
$300
 
 Sculpture To Hold in Your Hand 4
2018
Marble
5 ¼ x 1 x 1 inch
$300

 
Sculpture that Stands On Its Own 1
2018
Marble
5 x 3 ¼ x 1 ¼ inches
$400
 
Sculpture that Stands On Its Own 2
2018
Marble
4 x 3 ½ x 1 ¼ inches
$400
 
Sculpture that Stands On Its Own 3
2018
Marble
4 ½ x 4 ½ x 1 ¼ inches
$400
 
Hard Nose
2017
Marble
6 x 4 x 1 ½ inches
 $950
 
Sculpture that Stands On Its Own 4
2018
Marble
4 ½ x 3 ¼ x 1 ¼ inches
SOLD

 

Angela Conant has been working in Brooklyn, NY for 15 years. She has spoken at Boston University’s School of Fine Art and at New York Foundation for the Arts, and was awarded a Critical Writing residency at Recess (New York City) in 2013 and an Artist Residency at the Millay Colony (Austerlitz, NY) in 2014. In 2007, she co-founded The Gowanus Studio Space, an artist-run collaborative in Brooklyn where she served as Artistic Director until 2014. She earned a BFA in Painting from Boston University and an MFA in Art Practice from School of Visual Arts in 2013. She is currently a Visiting Fine Arts Professor at Pratt Institute, and she publishes Opposite Day, an annual journal of essays and articles by artists, writers, and the creative community in reaction to the current US administration.

Conant’s work has been nationally and internationally exhibited at Electronic Arts Intermix (New York City), The Elizabeth Foundation Project Space (New York City), SPRING/BREAK art show (New York City); Glasshouse Projects (Brooklyn, NY), Interstate Projects (Brooklyn, NY); the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art (Wilmington, DE), Neter (Mexico City, MX), The Sunview Luncheonette (Brooklyn, NY), ICA Baltimore (Baltimore, MD), La Mama Gallery (New York City), SARDINE (Brooklyn, NY), Galerie René Blouin (curated by Kiki Smith and Geneviéve Cadieux) (Montreal, QC) and Agency (Brooklyn, NY). Her 2014 solo exhibition Angela Conant: Deuteranope at ICA Baltimore included painting, projection and sculpture, and was reviewed in Baltimore City Paper and Post Office Art Journal, in which Joseph Shaikewitz wrote: “Where Conant stands out and ultimately excels is in her conception of a transmedia practice that situates painting and sculpture in a refreshingly dynamic relationship; emblematic traits of painting inform the creation of the sculptures, and vice versa.”