On September 30, a Zoom webinar brings together Elisabeth Condon and Katia Santibañez to discuss Santibañez's solo exhibition, Lumens Anima, currently on view at DC Moore Gallery through October 9.
A catalogue with an essay by Re'al Christian accompanies the exhibition.
Elisabeth Condon is known for paintings and works on paper that overlap natural and built environments with references to scrolls, décor, and calligraphy. Linking scroll painting with the decorative wallpapers of her childhood home, Condon incorporates lattice or bird and flower motifs in her paintings and public artworks such as Urban Idyll, commissioned by MTA Art & Design Percent for Art for the NYCT Astoria-Ditmars Blvd. Station in Queens. Condon's paintings are held in the collections of Tampa Museum of Art, Perez Art Museum Miami, United States Embassy Beijing, and numerous private collections throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. She is recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and a Florida Individual Artist Fellowship. Condon's fellowships include residencies at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel Shanghai, UCross Foundation, Yaddo, MacDowell, Wave Hill, Montello Foundation, and Carrizozo.
Katia Santibañez is an American artist born in France. She studied painting at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts. She has been in residencies at Yaddo, NY; Casa Wabi, Mexico; The Albers Foundation, CT; Sitka, OR; and Civitella Ranieri, Italy. Her work has been collected internationally and is in both private and public collections including, The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; The Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris, France; Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Massachusetts; The Morgan Library and Museum; The Museum of Modern Art; and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. The artist lives and works in Otis, Massachusetts and New York, NY.
Their conversation will take place on September 30, at 4:30pm EDT.
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