Schifano and Friends: Holly Miller

08 April 2021 / 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This talk and Q&A, part of a broader series titled Schifano and Friends, covers the Italian artist’s friendship with American artist Holly Miller and the impact that Schifano’s aesthetic sensibility had on her work.

This series of talks and conversations with art historians, writers, curators, and artists, highlights thematic and aesthetic intersections between the work of Mario Schifano and his American peers.

Holly Miller was born in Buffalo, NY and raised in Rome, Italy. She graduated from School of Visual Arts in 1984 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She has shown nationally and internationally. Selected exhibitions include the Serpentine gallery in London, the Brooklyn Museum, the University of Kentucky Art Museum in Lexington, the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro NC, Gilman Contemporary gallery in Ketchum Idaho, ARENA, Lesley Heller gallery, Elizabeth Harris gallery and McKenzie Fine Art in NY and the Studio Stefania Miscetti gallery and Sala Uno in Rome. Her work is in the collections of the Arkansas Art Center, the Weatherspoon Art Museum and the University of Kentucky Art Museum. She lives and works between Brooklyn and Vermont.

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