Anna Rindos, ‘Altar’, 2017, ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE: Benefit Auction 2018

Artist Bio: Originally from North Carolina, Anna Rindos (b. 1988) currently works and lives in Brooklyn, NY. A self-taught artist, her solo exhibits include “Saltine Dreams” at the Silent Barn in Brooklyn, NY (2016). A firm believer in the power of public art, Anna has erected several wheat paste murals throughout Brooklyn. Through the surgical dissection of mass publications, Anna constructs new, fantastical landscapes that question societal norms and ideals. Combining contradictory tastes and states, she recycles imagery originally produced to promote consumption to instead promote reflection. Familiar imagery is built upon to highlight the unknown or undesired, inviting viewers to approach beliefs and standards through a new lens. Recent exhibitions include ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE and UPRISE/ANGRY WOMEN group shows at The Untitled Space.

Signature: Signed on verso

About Anna Rindos

American, North Carolina, United States, based in Brooklyn, NY, United States

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