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Mimi Gross
Vibrant Colorful Drawing in Oil Pastel Women in Cafe

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Mimi Gross (born 1940) is a New York City born American woman artist. Mimi Gross's work spans from painting and drawing, films, mail art, book design, costume and set design, indoor and out of doors installations, diorama and sculpture. She is the daughter of the sculptor Chaim Gross. She grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan among the artist community of her parents, which included Raphael Soyer, Moses Soyer, Arnold Newman, Max Weber and David Burliuk. From 1963-1976 she was married and collaborated artistically with the artist Red Grooms. She began exhibiting in Provincetown, MA, an artist colony where she spent her summers with her family, in 1957, including a three-woman show at the Sun Gallery in 1958. She had a solo show at the Provincetown Art Association in 1997, as well as several solo shows in various galleries there. She became well known for large 3-D constructions she made with her husband,including City of Chicago (1967–68), Discount Store (1970–71), Astronauts on the Moon (1972) and Ruckus Manhattan (1975–76). She has collaborated with the dancer Douglas Dunn on more than 25 dances, designing sets and costumes, beginning with Foot Rules in 1978 and most recently tanks under trees (2008) with text by Anne Waldman and Cassations (2012). References Canaday, John (31 May 1969). "Art: Young Unknowns at Guggenheim". New York Times. Tully, Judd (1977). Red Grooms and Ruckus Manhattan. Scranton, PA: George Braziller. La Rocco, Claudia (October 9, 2012). "Stream of Fancy, Evading Time". New York Times. Kokoli, Alexandra M. ed., Feminism Reframed, Swartz, Anne, “The Feminist Art Project,” Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008, 293-4. Kirwin, Liza, More Than Words: Illustrated Letters from the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, Princeton, NJ, Princeton Architectural Press, 2005, x, 44-46, 188. "Mimi Gross," The New Yorker, Apr 17, 2000, 20. Francine A. Koslow, "Mimi Gross at David Brown Gallery," Artforum, November 1988, 149. Jeffrey Deitch, "Report from Times Square," Art in America, September 1980, 62. She has had several international exhibitions, including work at the Salander O’ Reilly Galleries, and the Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York City, the Inax Gallery, in Ginza, Tokyo, and Galerie Lara Vincey, in Paris. She has also shown work at the Municipal Art Society and at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York. Her anatomically-themed art-work is on permanent display, courtesy the New York City Parks Department, at the Robert Venable Park in East New York. Her work is included in numerous public collections, including those of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, The Brooklyn Museum, the Jewish Museum, le Musee des Art Decoratifs in Paris, the Nagoya Museum of Art, the Onasch Collection in Berlin and the Lannon Foundation, as well as the Fukuoko Bank in Japan and New York’s Bellevue Hospital. Gross has been the recipient of countless awards and grants including from the New York State Council on the Arts, twice from the National Endowment for Visual Arts, the American Academy & Institute of Arts and Letters, and a “Bessie” for sets and costumes. She held the McMillan/Stewart Endowed Chair in Painting at the Maryland College of Art in 2010-2011, and has taught at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Penland School of Crafts, Syracuse University, SUNY Purchase, as well as other universities and educational institutions, giving workshops and advising students, as a visiting artist. Selected Public Collections: Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum, NYC,NY Fukuoko Bank, Fukuoko, Japan Houston Museum of Art, Houston, Texas Hirshhorn Museum of Painting and Sculpture, Washington, D.C. Jewish Museum, NYC,NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC,NY Musee des Artes Decoratifs, Costume and Fashion Collection, Paris France Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA Nagoya Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan Onasch Collection, Pottsdam, Berlin Selected Group Exhibitions: To be a Lady, 1285 Ave of the Americas, NYC, N Putting It Together, David Findley Jr. Gallery, NYC Loft in the Red Zone, Historic House of JP Morgan, Wall St., NYC, NY 50 Years of Art, Architecture, Photography, Film Video Grimaldi Forum, Espace Ravel, Monaco The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-84, Grey Art Gallery,NYC, NY; The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.; New Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Editions, NY Generations, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,NY Displacement: Art + Suitcase, Will Travel, Gertrude Stein Gallery, NYC, NY Remembering Rudy, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NYC Raising Miriam’s Cup, Jewish Community Center, Baltimore, MD List Graphic Publications, The Jewish Museum, NYC, NY Voices of Conscience: Then and Now, ACA Galleries, NYC,NY Painting in Poetry, Poetry in Painting: Wallace Stevens & Modern Art,

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    Good.
  • Dimensions

    H 17 in. x W 20 in.

    H 43.18 cm x W 50.8 cm

  • Gallery location
    Bal Harbour, FL
  • Reference number
    LU3822839351

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