Eleanor Antin

Eleanor Antin (b. 1935, New York) lives and works in San Diego. Graduated from the City College of New York, New York (1958); and The New School for Social Research, New York (1956). Awards include the Guggenheim Fellowship Award (1997); the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Media Award (1998); the International Association of Art Critics Award (2003); the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Women’s Caucus of the College Art Association (2006); and an Honorary Doctorate from the Art Institute of Chicago. Select solo exhibitions include Eleanor Antin: Romans & Kings, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London (2017); CARVING: A Traditional Sculpture, Henry Moore Foundation, Leeds (2016); What time is it?, Diane Rosenstein Fine Arts, Los Angeles (2016); Multiple Occupancy: Eleanor Antin’s “Selves”, ICA, Boston (2014); Classical Frieze, Galerie Erna Hecey, Brussels (2009); and The Last Days of Pompeii, Mandeville Art Gallery, San Diego (2004). Select group exhibitions include DRAG: Self-portrait and Body Politics, Hayward Gallery, London (2018); The Armory Show, Richard Saltoun Gallery at Pier 92, New York (2017); Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern, London (2016); Number Twelve: Hello Boys, Julia Stoscheck Collection, Düsseldorf (2016); HOMOSEXUALIT_IES, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin (2015); and Labor Intensive, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York (2014). Her works are held in public and private collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; The Jewish Museum, New York; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; and SAMMLUNG VERBUND Collection, Vienna.

Last updated: 06.02.2019