Crayon Study, Bowl & Two Fruit Suzan Etkin Warhol
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Crayon Study of a Bowl and Two Fruit by Suzan Etkin
This framed and matted crayon drawing measures 11 5/8" long 9" wide. It appears to date from the 1980's. It is in very fine condition.
Suzan Etkin (1955- ) is a New York artist. She is an instructor in the School for Visual Arts (NYC) Fine Arts Department and the president of Structure Elegance Integration (SEI) Studio. She works in various media, including graphic, sculpture, glass and conceptual art. She was the production manager for 'Andy Warhol's TV' for eight years.
Her commissions include: Park Hyatt Shanghai Hotel, the Wanas Foundation (Knislinge, Sweden), Bank of America Tower (NYC).
Her publications include: Art in America, Purple Prose, Artforum, Art Presence, Flash Art, Tema Celeste, Interior Design, Elle Decor.
Her awards include: Pollock-Krasner Foundation; Artist residency, Fondation Cartier pour l'art Contemporain (Jouy-en-Josas, France)
She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions.
One-Person Exhibitions Include: Anders Tornberg Gallery (Lund, Sweden); Holly Solomon Gallery (NYC); Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art; Paul Kasmin Gallery (NYC); Philippe Rizzo Gallery (Paris); Earl McGrath Gallery (Los Angeles, CA); Tony Shafrazi Gallery (NYC); Marimura Museum (Tokyo); the Greenberg Gallery (St. LouIs. MO); Gallery Yvon Lambert (Paris); Carl Sollway Gallery (Cincinnati, OH), Massimo Audiello Gallery (NYC); Aquilon Gallery (Cleveland, OH); Anderson Gallery (Richmond, VA); Dance Theater Workshop (NYC); Postmasters Gallery (NYC)
Group Exhibitions Include: Museum of Modern Art; P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center (NYC); Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Ridgefield, CT); White Columns; Moderna Museet (Stockholm); Turbinehallerne (Copenhagen):
She is represented by Holly Solomon Gallery, New York City.
She is listed in Davenports, Artprice, Askart, Artfact, Artnet and Findartinfo.
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