2020-2021 Unbreakable: Women in Glass
Featuring visionaries from Europe, the United States, Latin America, Iran, and South Korea in an ambitious line-up, UNBREAKABLE: WOMEN IN GLASS explores the endless creative possibilities of glass and the infinite variety of work produced by female artists who continue to be sidelined in the art world.
2020 - 21c Co-Founder Steve Wilson talks with Anne Peabody. Video
Tag along as co-founder @steve21c video chats with artist Anne Peabody who created the stunning "Wheel of Fortune" that hangs from the atrium ceiling in 21c Louisville.
2020- Under Main
Mirroring the Environmental Nosedive: Anne Peabody at Moremen Gallery
2020 - Anne Peabody at Venice Biennale of Architecture -ID Magazine, November
"Unbreakable: Women in Glass," Exhibition opens at Fondazione Berengo in Venice, Italy for the 2020 Architecture Biennale.
2019- Smack Mellon
Funds raised at the benefit will help Smack Mellon support diverse, emerging, under-recognized, mid-career and women artists. Our programs include Exhibitions that feature ambitious large-scale projects; an Artist Studio Program that provides artists with free studio space, access to fabrication and media equipment, and a $5,000 fellowship; and our free education initiative, Art Ready, which provides an artist mentorship program for NYC public high school students.
2019 - Pen and Brush 125th Anniversary
Furies, Fairies, Visionaries
Pen + Brush is pleased to present the inaugural exhibition of its 125th anniversary celebration, Furies, Fairies, Visionaries, curated by 21c Chief Curator and Museum Director, Alice Gray Stites.
2014 - Pass the Word: Oral History with Anne Peabody (audio).
Anne Peabody was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and resides in Brooklyn, New York. She talks about her various commissions and her career as an artist. She also talks about what it takes to be a successful artist and how to deal with failure.
Anne Peabody: Time Capsule at 21c Museum Cincinnati
"The site for Brooklyn-based artist Anne Peabody’s commission at 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati is the elevator cabs. To transform these spaces into unique, interactive works of art, Peabody engaged in a process both research- and labor-intensive: she gathered information and images related to the history of the building, and the evolution of its use and condition over the last century."
Link to performance pieces with other words and sound