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Erin Cosgrove

Moving Image, 2008



Erin Cosgrove is an artist whose videos, sculptures, drawings and books have been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, including solo shows at The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Angles Gallery, Los Angeles; Printed Matter, New York; and Espace Croise Centre d’art Contemporain, Roubaix, France. Her work has been included in shows and screenings at The Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; The Armory Show, New York; Kunst-Werke, Berlin; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Videoformes, Auvergne, France; Christine Koenig Gallery, Vienna; The Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio; The Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria; The Impakt Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands, among other venues. She has received grants and fellowships from The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, The Durfee Foundation, The Center for Cultural Innovation, The Jerome Foundation and other sources.

www.erincosgrove.com

Awards and Accomplishments

2013:

 Cosgrove exhibits in In God We Trust: The Religious Mosaic in America at the Zacheta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, Poland

2013:

Cosgrove is an Artist in Residence at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2012:

Cosgrove exhibits her solo show In Defense of Ghosts at Angles Gallery, Los Angeles

2012:

Cosgrove is a Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice

2010:

Cosgrove shows work in Stranger Than Fiction at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA

2010:

Cosgrove receives the Contemporary Collectors Artist Fellowship

2010:

Cosgrove's What Manner of Person Art Thou? is screened at venues including the Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Dallas VideoFest; Pleasure Dome, Toronto; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX; and Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH

2009:

 Cosgrove screens her work in Migrating Forms Film Festival, New York, NY

2008: Cosgrove receives Center for Cultural Innovation–Investing in Artists Grant

2008:

Cosgrove presents her solo show What Manner Of Person Art Thou? at Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

2008:

Cosgrove receives the Center for Cultural Innovation Investing in Artists Grant