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Katie Commodore
"That One Time I Modeled Lingerie" Printmaking: Photogravure, Aquatint Etching

2018

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"That One Time I Modeled Lingerie" Printmaking: Photogravure and Aquatint Etching on Paper, Framed Dimensions: 13 x 16in, Framed 22 x 24 x 1in This piece is a Limited Edition of 25, signed on verso, and includes a certificate of authenticity Katie Commodore is an interdisciplinary artist who concentrates on creating intimate portraits of her friends, often focusing on how they express their sexuality. In 2000 Commodore received her BFA in illustration from Maryland Institute College of Art. In 2004 she obtained her MFA in printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design where she is currently an adjunct professor. Commodore has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, including England, Italy, Germany, and Greece. Her work has been previously featured in a number of group shows presented by The Untitled Space including “(Hotel) XX” at Spring/Break Art Show, “IRL: Investigating Reality” and “Secret Garden”. Other notable exhibitions include “FEMME” presented by Spoke Art and Juxtapoz Magazine, SCOPE Art Fair, “StitchFetish 6” at The Hive Gallery, and “Facing the Walls” at The VETs Gallery. Residencies include ChaNorth, Pine Plains, New York; Red Light Design, Amsterdam, Holland; and One Night Residency, London, England. She is currently the Administrative Director of Crux, LCA, a cooperative of Black XR Creatives and Producers that focuses on Black storytelling and creating a foothold in the burgeoning vocabulary of new media of VR and creating Black wealth. Commodore has been featured in a number of publications including The New York Times and Dazed Digital, among others.
  • Creator:
    Katie Commodore
  • Creation Year:
    2018
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 22 in (55.88 cm)Width: 24 in (60.96 cm)Depth: 1 in (2.54 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    New York, NY
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU2149211994652
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