Anna Conway

Anna Conway (born 1973) is an American visual player based in New York City and known for enigmatic oil paintings that depict uneasy, absurdist moments descending upon isolated, ordinary individuals. She combines a style identified as exact and methodical subsequent to detailed observation, "an let breathe of surrealist suspension," and a narrative prudence that critics Describe as elusive, metaphysical and "imbued bearing in mind cinematic suggestion." Conway has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at MoMA PS1, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, University Art Museum at Albany, Fralin Museum of Art, and Collezione Maramotti (Italy), among new venues. She has been attributed with a Guggenheim Fellowship (2014), two Pollock-Krasner Foundation Awards (2011, 2005), and the American Academy of Arts and Letters William L. Metcalf Award (2008).

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