Born in the United Kingdom, Ellen Harvey now lives and works in New York. Utilizing video, installation and painting, she examines the theoretical and social implications of art. Solo exhibitions include those at the Center for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, the Mullerdechiara Gallery in Berlin, and the Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, New York. Harvey recently completed a MTA Arts for Transit commission for a 2,000 sq. ft. mosaic “Look Up, Not Down” for the Queens Plaza subway station. Her book, The New York Beautification Project, was published in 2005.
Co-sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art Center.
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