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Janine Antoni

Visual Arts, 2012



Janine Antoni employs an amalgam of mediums including performance, sculpture, photography, installation and video. Her body is both her tool for making and the source from which her meaning emerges. She carefully articulates her relationship to the world, giving rise to emotional states that are felt in and through the body. This takes on a physicality that speaks directly to the viewer’s body. Antoni received her BA in 1986 from Sarah Lawrence College and her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1989. Her work has been included in exhibitions including the Venice Biennial, the Whitney Biennial, the Johannesburg Biennial, the Istanbul Biennial, the Kwangju Biennial, the SITE Santa Fe Biennial and the Prospect.1 Biennial in New Orleans. Along with the Creative Capital grant (2012 Visual Arts), she received a grant from the Pew Arts and Heritage Foundation in 2014, an Anonymous was a Woman grant in 2012, a MacArthur Fellowship in 1998, the Larry Aldrich Foundation Award in 1999, the Joan Mitchell Painting and Sculpture Award in 1998, the Irish Museum of Modern Art/Glen Dimplex Artist Award in 1996 and the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2011. Antoni lives in New York and is represented by Luhring Augustine, NY. 

Luhring Augustine Gallery
Art 21 Profile
The Fabric Workshop and Museum

Awards and Accomplishments

2016: "Ally" is a collaboration between Janine Antoni, Anna Halprin,and Stephen Petronio, April 21 - July 31, 2016 at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA

2015:

Antoni debuts new sculptural and installation artwork in Turn at Anthony Myer Fine Art, San Francisco.

2015:

Antoni has a solo exhibition entitled  From the Vow Made, which includes new work and a collaborative video made with Stephen Petronio at Luhring Augustine, NYC

2014: In 2014 the Fabric Workshop and Museum received a Pew Arts and Heritage project grant to support an exhibition of art and dance conceived and performed by Janine Antoni in collaboration with choreographer Stephen Petronio and movement artist Anna Halprin.

2014: Antoni received an Anonymous Was a Woman grant.

2013:

Antoni has a solo exhibition of new work, including a collaboration with Stephen Petronio, at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh

2013:

Antoni collaborates with Stephen Petronio Company on Like Lazarus Did at the River to River Festival in New York