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Brenda Zlamany
Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, NFS Sample Conceptual Taxidermy Art

1998

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  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, Signed Conceptual Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. signed and marked bat (for bon a tirer or good to print) This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (sheet size). Muse [X] Editions. Taxidermy Bird. Brenda Zlamany has shown widely in the United States and Europe. Her work has been reproduced in The New York Times Magazine, Artforum, Flashart, Art in America, Art and Antiques, and The New Yorker. She was born in New York City in 1959. 1976 - 77 Yale College Before College Program, New Haven, Conn. 1981 Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. (BA) Stanley William Hayter s Atelier 17, Paris. Tyler School of Art, Rome. 1984 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine. Select Museums: Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei; the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution; the National Museum, Gdansk; Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent. Select Collections: Cincinnati Art Museum; Deutsche Bank; the Museum of Modern Art, Houston; the Neuberger Museum of Art; the Virginia Museum of Fine Art; the World Bank; the Yale University Art Gallery. Select Commissions the World Bank, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center the New York Times Magazine (Marian Anderson for an article by Jessye Norman, Osama bin Laden for the September 11, 2005, cover, Jeffrey Dahmer) Select Grants and Awards: Fulbright Fellowship (2011), Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant (2006–07), New York Foundation for the Arts Artists’ Fellowship in Painting (1994). MacDowell Colony (1995, 1992, 1986) Yaddo (1997). For many years, Brenda Zlamany has painted portraits of other artists, including Chuck Close, Alex Katz, and David Hockney. She has also been a subject for them; as she puts it, “we are professional posers.” Recently, however, she has worked to paint portraits of those whose gaze is more internal—monks and nomads in Tibet, aboriginal people in Taiwan—creating large bodies of portraits that investigate the limits of the genre. She returned, with her daughter, to Hockney’s studio in 2014, not only to sit for him but to paint him once again. Her practice involves the long sittings and intense looking required of traditional portrait-making. Muse X Editions. An (now defunct) LA based innovative publisher of limited-edition prints, Muse X has launched its first group of prints and is just beginning to make itself known to artists, curators, dealers and collectors. Among works just off the press are otherworldly landscapes by Barbara Kasten and Oliver Wasow, a sizzling sunset by Peter Alexander, abstract compositions by Pauline Stella Sanchez and Jennifer Steinkamp...
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    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, Signed Conceptual Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. signed and marked bat (for bon a tirer or good to print) This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (sheet size). Muse [X] Editions. Taxidermy Bird. Brenda Zlamany has shown widely in the United States and Europe. Her work has been reproduced in The New York Times Magazine, Artforum, Flashart, Art in America, Art and Antiques, and The New Yorker. She was born in New York City in 1959. 1976 - 77 Yale College Before College Program, New Haven, Conn. 1981 Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. (BA) Stanley William Hayter s Atelier 17, Paris. Tyler School of Art, Rome. 1984 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine. Select Museums: Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei; the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution; the National Museum, Gdansk; Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent. Select Collections: Cincinnati Art Museum; Deutsche Bank; the Museum of Modern Art, Houston; the Neuberger Museum of Art; the Virginia Museum of Fine Art; the World Bank; the Yale University Art Gallery. Select Commissions the World Bank, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center the New York Times Magazine (Marian Anderson for an article by Jessye Norman, Osama bin Laden for the September 11, 2005, cover, Jeffrey Dahmer) Select Grants and Awards: Fulbright Fellowship (2011), Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant (2006–07), New York Foundation for the Arts Artists’ Fellowship in Painting (1994). MacDowell Colony (1995, 1992, 1986) Yaddo (1997). For many years, Brenda Zlamany has painted portraits of other artists, including Chuck Close, Alex Katz, and David Hockney. She has also been a subject for them; as she puts it, “we are professional posers.” Recently, however, she has worked to paint portraits of those whose gaze is more internal—monks and nomads in Tibet, aboriginal people in Taiwan—creating large bodies of portraits that investigate the limits of the genre. She returned, with her daughter, to Hockney’s studio in 2014, not only to sit for him but to paint him once again. Her practice involves the long sittings and intense looking required of traditional portrait-making. Muse X Editions. An (now defunct) LA based innovative publisher of limited-edition prints, Muse X has launched its first group of prints and is just beginning to make itself known to artists, curators, dealers and collectors. Among works just off the press are otherworldly landscapes by Barbara Kasten and Oliver Wasow, a sizzling sunset by Peter Alexander, abstract compositions by Pauline Stella Sanchez and Jennifer Steinkamp...
    Category

    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, Signed Conceptual Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. signed and marked bat (for bon a tirer or good to print) This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (sh...
    Category

    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, NFS Sample Conceptual Taxidermy Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. Stamped with the Muse X stamp and marked NFS. This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (sheet size). M...
    Category

    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, NFS Sample Conceptual Taxidermy Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. Stamped with the Muse X stamp and marked NFS. This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (sheet size). M...
    Category

    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

  • Birds, Cibachrome Photograph Print, Signed Conceptual Art
    By Brenda Zlamany
    Located in Surfside, FL
    This is a proof print. signed and marked bat (for bon a tirer or good to print) This is a single print from 1998 Birds. Suite of eight Cibachromes. Edition of fifteen. 10″ × 10″ (she...
    Category

    1990s Conceptual Color Photography

    Materials

    C Print

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