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Anthony White

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2020 Fellowship Awards
King County

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MGD Paradise, PLA on panel, 72 x 43 inches, 2020, Courtesy of the Artist and Greg Kucera Gallery

Exposure Control, PLA on panel, 36 inches in diameter, 2020, Courtesy of the Artist and Greg Kucera Gallery

The Pirate's Bae, PLA on panel, 60 x 60 inches, 2020, Courtesy of the Artist and Greg Kucera Gallery

Guided Access, PLA on panel, 48 inches in diameter, 2021, Courtesy of the Artist and Greg Kucera Gallery

Anthony White is an artist and curator in Seattle, Washington, where he is currently represented by Greg Kucera Gallery. He is a 2018 alumnus of Cornish College of the Arts, the first in his family to complete four years of professional training. White’s work is meticulously spun from common PLA plastic resulting in representations of manipulated and glamorized portraits, consumerism, and brash, instagram-style images as viewed through the lens of a cell-phone. He is a 2020 Neddy Award finalist and was the 2018 second place recipient of the AXA Art Prize juried by prominent international museum curators, at the New York Academy of Art, in NYC. In 2019 White presented a solo booth at EXPO Chicago, received the Special Recognition award from Seattle Art Museum’s Betty Bowen Committee, and completed the PLOP residency in London, UK, where he later returned for a solo exhibition at Public Gallery. In 2019 Frye Art Museum and Crocker Art Museum acquired work by Anthony for permanent collection. White was selected as Amazon’s 2020 Artist-in-Residence and recently closed his second solo exhibition at Greg Kucera Gallery, ‘Looking Glass’. He is currently in the process of curating a museum exhibition that will launch in 2021 at the Museum of Museums in Seattle.

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