ANNE PEABODY
 
 
SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS
 
 
2020
  • Anne Peabody: Sunspike, Moremen Contemporary Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky
  • The Plight of Butterflies, Boodai Corporation, Kuwait City, Kuwait (Permanent Installation)
2019
  • Golden Tree, Golden Tree Asset Management, New York, New York (Permanent Installation)
  • New York City Landscape, DIOR, Dubai, UAE (Permanent Installation)
2018
  • Anne Peabody, Main Window, DUMBO, Brooklyn, New York
2015
  • Hang Loose, Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York, New York (Permanent Installation)
2014
  • Mr. Prospector, Sloan Kettering Infusion Center, Brooklyn, New York
2013
  • Interior Landscape, Rue du Cirque, Paris, France (Permanent Installation)
  • Hide and Seek, 21c Museum: Bentonville, Arkansas (Permanent Installation)
2012
  • Time Capsule, 21c Museum: Cincinnati, Ohio (Permanent Installation)
2010
  • Wheel of Fortune, 21c Museum: Louisville, Kentucky (Permanent Installation)
2007
  • Fallen Nest, Fort Green Park, Brooklyn, New York
2005
  • The Silver Show, Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
 
 
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
 
2020
  • Unbreakable: Women in Glass, Fondazione Berengo, Murano, Italy
2019
  • Furies, Fairies, Visionaries, Pen and Brush, New York, New York
2018
  • SXRVXVE, The Center at West Park, New York, New York
 2017
  • It’s Happening, Central Park, New York, New York
2015
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath, Force of Nature, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York
  • Engaging Artists: More Art Resident’s Show, More Art, New York, New York
  • Fourteen Stations, Borough Hall, Brooklyn, New York
  • Vantage Points: Sloan Kettering Permanent Collection, Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York, New York
2014
  • Reflection, Sloan Kettering Infusion Center, Brooklyn, New York
  • Engaging Artists: Homelessness, More Art, New York, New York
  • Gowanus, Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2013
  • Curate NYC, Top 150, Rush Arts Gallery, New York, New York
  • Troublesome Houses, Louisville Visual Art Association, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Art Walks the Runway, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Wheel of Fortune, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC - Curator Sarah Newman
  • Wheel of Fortune, Flux Factory, Long Island City, New York - Curator Christina Vassallo
  • Wheel of Fortune, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands - Curator Edwin Becker
2012
  • Art of Darkness, La Sala, Cantina Royale, Brooklyn, New York
  • The Web, The Bards Town, Louisville, Kentucky
2011
  • Glasstress, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
  • Glasstress Stockholm, Millesgarden Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
2009
  • Glass Stress, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
  • Hello, Living! 408 Dean, Brooklyn, New York
  • 5 at 105, 105 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
  • Kentucky Girlhood Project, Clara M. Eagle Gallery, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky
2008
  • Site 92: Phase 2, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, New York
  • An Experiment in Godliness: Pere Ubu with The Web, The Pour Haus, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Brooklyn As A State of Mind, Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2006
  • Moving Ahead,  Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
 2005
  • New Artists: New Forms, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Recalling Landscapes, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, New York - Curator Rachel Gugelberger
2004
  • The World in Everything: Everything in the World, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, New York - Curator Michelle Maccarone
 
 AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES
 
 
2018
  • Paris Studio Residency: Cité Internationale des Artes, Paris France - Sam Fox School of Art, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
2018-2021
  • DUMBO Cultural Space Subsidy Award, Brooklyn, New York, Wallentas: Two Trees
2015-2018
  • DUMBO Cultural Space Subsidy Award, Brooklyn, New York, Wallentas: Two Trees
2014
  • Engaging Artists R­­­­esidency, New York, New York, More Art
  • Top 150 Artists in New York, New York, New York, Curate, NYC 
2012
  • Glass Quarterly Magazine: 50 Glass Artists Whose Work Will Be Most Successful in the Next 50 Years
  • Creative Capital: Professional Development Grant
2011
  • Glasstress, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2009
  • Glass Stress, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2007
  • Art in the Parks purchase award, New York, New York, Forest City Ratner
  • 40 Artists Representing 40 Years of Art in NYC Parks, New York, New York, and    Brooklyn, New York
2004
  • Alumni Thesis Award, School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
  • MFA with Honors, School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
2001
  • Purchase Award, Anaconda Aluminum, University of Kentucky, Lexington Kentucky
 
 SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
 
2020
  • Annie Block, “‘Unbreakable: Women in Glass’ Exhibition Opens at Fondazione Berengo in Venice,” INTERIOR DESIGN, November 29.
  • Peter Morrin, “Anne Peabody at Moremen Gallery,” GLASS QUARTERLY, Summer 2020
  • Peter Morrin, “Mirroring the Environmental Nosedive: Anne Peabody at Moremen Gallery, UNDER MAIN, June 1.
  • Etty Yaniv, “Anne Peabody: Sunspike,” ART SPIEL, June 5.
2018
  • Editor, “Selected Gallery Guide: Main Window / Anne Peabody,” TWO COATS OF PAINT, November 5.
2015
  • Kathleen Hackett, “Artful Ingenuity,” ELLE DECOR, December
  • Marcia Yerman, “Wrath: Force of Nature at Wave Hill, “ HUFFINGTON POST, September 2.
  • Rebecca Rothbaum, “Seven Deadly Sins: A Vice Fest in the NYC Suburbs,” WALL STREET JOURNAL, August 26.
  • Peter Malone, “Seven Museums Each Tackle A Deadly Sin,” HYPERALLERGIC, JULY 17.
  •  Silber, “7 Local Museums Dabble in the 7 Deadly Sins,” THE JOURNAL NEWS, July 16.
  • Susan Dunne, “Seven Deadly Sins at Seven Museums,” HARTFORD COURANT, July 8.
  • Howard Halie, “The Best Art Day Trips From NYC,” TIMEOUT, June 16.
  • Susan Hodara, “Seven Museums Each Tackle A Deadly Sin,” NEW YORK TIMES, May 9.
  • Jillian Stein Hauer, “In A New Residency, Artists Make Work by Volunteering,” HYPERALLERGIC, April 7.
  • Justina Turek, “OPENING: Anne Peabody’s Glass Memorial for a Homeless Man Debuts in Group Exhibition in Brooklyn,” GLASS QUARTERLY, March 26.
2013
  • Lilly Wei, “21C Hotel Launches in Bentonville,” ART IN AMERICA, April.
  • Editor, “Art-Filled Hotel Opens Near Crystal Bridges Museum,” ARTFIXDAILY, April 25.
  • Trend Alert: Cool Art Hotels, GOOP
 
2012
  • “50 At 50: Glass Quarterly Asks a group of Museum Directors, Critics, and Curators Whose Work Will Be Most Successful in Fifty Years,” GLASS QUARTERLY, Summer.
  • Robin Tierney, “Louisville’s New Sluggers Step Up to the Plates,” URBAN TIMES, February 12.
2011
  • Glasstress Grows Up: Revisiting Glasstress at the Venice Biennale, “ GLASS QUARTERLY, Fall
  • Nicole Berry, “Venice, Venice and More Venice,” ACCESSIBLE ART: Part 3, July 5.
2010
  • Steve Barnes, “Reflection,” ARTNEWS, September.
  • Annie Block, “Take ‘em by Storm,” INTERIOR DESIGN, September.
  • Andrew Alder, “The Glass Art Society’s 40th Annual Conference Convenes in Louisville,” COURIER-JOURNAL, June 7.
  • “Timed to Glass Conference, the 21c Museum Will Unveil Multimedia Installation by Kentucky Native,” GLASS QUARTERLY, March 22.
  • “Two-Story Museum Tornado Commissioned and Presented by 21c Museum, ARTDAILY, March 19.
2009
  • Lilly Wei, “Glass Review, Material Tension: Art in America’s Lilly Wei Reviews a Landmark Exhibition, “ GLASS QUARTERLY, Fall
  • Glass Stress Collateral Event of the 53rd International Art Exhibition, ARTDAILY.ORG, August 26.
  • Paul Laster, “Glassworks: Two European Shows Renew an Ancient Medium,” ARTKRUSH.COM, August
  • Roderick Conway Morris, “Contemporary Reflections in Glass,” NEW YORK TIMES, August 7.
  • Victor Yang, “Kentucky Artist Featured in Famed Italian Exhibit,” LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER, June 24.
  • Katy Donoghue, “Venice Biennale: Glass Stress,” WHITEWALLMAG.COM, June 3.
  • Charmaine Picard, “Major Collateral Event Focuses on Glass,” THE ART NEWSPAPER, May 29.
 
 
BOOKS AND CATALOGUES
 
 
  • Gay Gassman, Brad Goldfarb, PETER MARINO: ART ARCHITECTURE, Phaidon Press Inc., 2016
  • Jennifer McGregor, Gabriel De Guzman, David Xu Borgonjon, SEVEN DEADLY SINS-  WRATH - FORCE OF NATURE, (catalog), Wave Hill, 2015
  • Laura Bressolin, Adriano Berengo, GLASSTRESS NEW YORK: NEW ART FROM THE VENICE BIENNALES, Skira, 2012
  • ILLUMINATIONS, CATALOGUE OF THE 54TH VENICE BIENNALE, Marsilio, (catalogue), 2011
  • Francesca Giubilei, GLASSTRESS 2011, Marsillio, 2011
  • Rosa Barovier Mentasti, GLASS/STRESS, Charta Books, 2009
  • MAKING WORDS - 53RD INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA, Marsilio, (catalogue), 2009
  • ART IN THE PARKS; CELEBRATING 40 YEARS 1967-2007, (catalog), City of New York Department of Art in the Parks and Recreation, 2007
 
 
EDUCATION
 
 
2004 - MFA - School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
2000 - Post Baccalaureate - University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
1989 - BFA - Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
 
 
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
 
 
21c Museum: Bentonville, Arkansas
21c Museum: Cincinnati, Ohio
21c Museum: Louisville, Kentucky
Bart’s the London Hospital Group, UK
BoodaiCorp, Kuwait City, Kuwait
BP, Worldwide
DIOR, (LVMH), Worldwide
Fisher Landau Center for Art, Long Island City, New York
Fondazione Berengo, Murano, Italy
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Louisville, Kentucky
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centers, New York, New York
 

TEACHING
 
 
2020
  • Texas A&M University - Visiting Artist, Corpus Christi
2017
  • FIT, Art History and Museum Profession - Guest Lecturer, New York, New York
2015
  • NY Arts Program – Guest Lecturer, Ohio Wesleyan University
2013
  • Kentucky School of Art - Guest Lecturer, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Bowling Green State University - Visiting Artist, Bowling Green Ohio
2011
  • University of Louisville - Visiting Artist, Louisville, Kentucky
2005-2007
  • The American Woodcarving School - Drawing and Woodcarving Instructor, Wayne, New Jersey
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