Phyllis Bramson, ‘Mary, Mary is Quite Contrary’, 2013, Artadia Benefit Auction 2017

Phyllis Bramson (2004 Chicago Awardee)
Phyllis Bramson lives and works in Chicago, IL, advising painting and drawing graduate students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is the recipient of three National Endowments, a Senior Fulbright Scholar, Tiffany Grant, Guggenheim Fellowship, Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 2004 Chicago Artadia Award, and the Anonymous Was A Woman Award. Bramson has mounted over 30 solo exhibitions at institutions, including The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Cultural Center of Chicago, Boulder Art Museum, and Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Group exhibitions include Seattle Art Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Contemporary Museum of Art/ Chicago, Smart Museum, New Museum of Contemporary Art and the Corcoran Museum’s 43rd Biennial. Bramson was selected as one of two artists for the Annual Distinguished Artist interviews during the College Art Association’s 2010 Conference in Chicago.
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About Phyllis Bramson

American, based in Chicago, IL, United States

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