Anne Muntges creates highly detailed drawings, prints, and installation art that explores concepts of the home and lived environments. Muntges recreates the spaces she inhabits through obsessive mark making, layering ink, paint, graphite, dirt, spray paint and screen printing to question ideas about architectural space, the nature of our interaction with it, and our perception of it. Born in Denver, CO and based in Brooklyn, NY, Muntges’ work has been exhibited in New York at the New York Foundation for the Arts, International Print Center and Lilac Museum Steamship; in Chicago at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art; in Buffalo at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, the University at Buffalo Gallery, and Indigo Gallery; and in Knoxville as a part of the Southern Graphics Council International Conference. Muntges completed a residencies at Anchor Graphics, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Vermont Studio Center, & Ox-Bow, and received a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artist Books in 2014. Muntges has been awarded fellowships at BRIC in Brooklyn, NY, Guttenberg Arts in Guttenberg, NJ, and the Roswell Artist in Residence Program in Roswell, NM.
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