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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Stockholm, September 2016
Stockholm, March 2012

Sarah Crowner

Image No. 1 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts, 2016

Image No. 2 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts, 2016

Image No. 3 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts, 2016

Image No. 4 of Sarah Crowner

Untitled, 2016                                 Acrylic on canvas sewn, 152.5 x 122cm 

Image No. 5 of Sarah Crowner

Table (Sliced Leaf), 2016, Lacquered plywood, 45 x 71 x 61 cm

Image No. 6 of Sarah Crowner

Untitled, 2016Acrylic on canvas sewn, 198 x 125.5 cm

Image No. 7 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, The Jewish Museum, New York, 2015 

Image No. 8 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2013

Image No. 9 of Sarah Crowner

Untitled sculptures, 2012, alternately gouache / oil on wood and stained pine / oil on wood, various dimensions

Image No. 10 of Sarah Crowner

Installation view, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2012

Image No. 11 of Sarah Crowner

Kurtyna Fragments, 2012, oil, gouache and stitching on canvas and linen, diptych 152 x 112 cm each

Image No. 12 of Sarah Crowner

Spanish Dancer, 2012, oil, gouache and stitching on canvas and linen, 91 x 76 cm Seven, 2012, oil and stitching on canvas and linen, 91 x 76 cm

 

Sarah Crowner (1974) was born in Philadelphia and is based in Brooklyn. Recent projects include the permanent installation at the Wright Restaurant, Salomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2017) and the solo exhibition "Beetle in the Leaves" at MASS MoCA (2016). In 2013 she participated in a major survey exhibition on abstract painting at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. In addtion she was part of the 2010 Whitney Biennial curated by Francesco Bonami and Gary Carrion-Murayari. Her works have been shown at White Columns, New York Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, curated by Anthony Huberman, which traveled to ICA, London; Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; de Appel, Amsterdam; Culturgest, Lisbon (2010); DAAD Galerie, Berlin (2008). Crowner designed the scenography for a revival of Robert Ashley’s Perfect Lives, which travels to Marfa, Texas and then on to venues in Europe.