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Joan Grubin

 

Joan Grubin, “Partial Inventory of Totally Useless Things” (2012). Acrylic on paper, mylar, shadows, dimensions variable.

 

Joan Grubin, “Code” (2010). Acrylic on paper, shadows. 12 ́ × 16 ́ × 5 ̋. Detail.

 

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Joan Grubin

Serious and fun, playful and scientific, JOAN GRUBIN'S dimensional installations have been exhibited around the New York area and beyond, in galleries, universities, non-profit spaces, and museums, including the New York Public Library, the Parrish Art Museum, the Weatherspoon Museum, the University of Maine, and the Kentler International Drawing Space. She was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship In 2008, and was a MacDowell Colony Fellow in 2012.

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