Noel Anderson - Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist

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04/12/2021 Added
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Noel Anderson Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist 04-07-2021 --- Noel W Anderson is a Professor in New York University’s Art and Art Professions Department, and Area Head of Printmedia. Originally from Louisville, KY, he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ohio Wesleyan University, a Master of Fine Arts from Indiana University in Printmaking, and a Master of Fine Arts from Yale University in Sculpture. Anderson has been awarded a NYFA Fellowship in visual art, a Jerome Prize, and a Camargo Residency. In 2018, he completed a major residency at Dieu Donne Papermaking in Brooklyn, NY; and he recently completed an artist-in-residence position at Tamarind Lithography Workshop. Anderson’s 2019, traveling exhibition and catalogue, Blak Origin Moment, received an Artforum “critic’s pick,” among other reviews. His essay “Confederacies, Tensilities, Fugitivities: Those Eyes”, co-authored with Andrew Weiner, was published in October Journal, summer 2018. Anderson’s text, “Echoes from the Hole,” published in e-flux- Journal, spring 2019, continued his research into the political aesthetics of racial capitalism; while his essay “Schien, Schein Negro Sun: Black Radical Radiance,” exploring black subjectivity’s interiority, was published in Effects Art Journal fall 2019. Anderson’s works have been exhibited at The Hunter Museum of American Art, The Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati, OH), The Studio Museum in Harlem (NYC), Tilton Gallery (NYC), Zidoun/Bossuyt (Luxembourg), and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair with Galerie Anne de Villepoix. In 2021, Anderson will open his solo exhibition, Heavy is the Crown, at Telfair Museums located in Savannah, Georgia.

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