Terri Friedman, ‘some poems don't rhyme’, 2017, Headlands Center for the Arts: Benefit Auction 2017

Terri Friedman lives and works in Northern California. For years she has investigated painting through everyday materials: kinetic sculpture, installation, collaboration, community. She now uses the loom to paint. Friedman received her BA from Brown University and her MFA from Claremont Graduate School. Her work has been exhibited and collected nationally and internationally, including her recent commissioned woven Art Wall at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; solo show at ACME. gallery, Los Angeles; inclusion in The Way Things Go at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (curated by Rirkrit Tiravanija and Betti Sue Hertz); Orange County Museum of Art Biennial; Santa Monica Museum of Art; Geffen Contemporary; L.A.C.E. – Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions; San Jose Museum of Art; pW139 Amsterdam; and The Icebox Athens. Her work is included in the 2017 exhibition Liminal Focus, at Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, which also features Lee Bontecou, Lenore Tawney, Ruth Asawa, Jessi Reaves, Jessica Rankin, and Mariah Robertson.
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