Corey Antis

2023 Sister Dennis Frandrup Artist Residency

Corey Antis

I have exhibited my work nationally and internationally, including juried shows in New York City, Philadelphia, the United Kingdom and a number of collaborative and curatorial projects including published catalogs Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawing and New Visual Language, featured at Printed Matter. A recent sketchbook facsimile, Black Coffee, published by Specific Ideas Press, has been collected by the Joan Flasch Artist Book Collection / Flaxman Library at the Art Institute of Chicago and was featured at the 2021 ABC Art Book Fair in Beijing and the 2021 One Thousand Books Fair in Copenhagen. I have also participated in group shows at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and the Frieze Projects Art Fair in London, Samson Projects in Boston, Zurcher Gallery in New York, Vox Populi as well as solo and two-person shows at Booster and Seven in Chicago and Rebekah Templeton Contemporary in Philadelphia. In addition to my studio work, I have curated several exhibitions, including 1.5 Million at the Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery, a contemporary remake of Lucy Lippard’s 1970 exhibition of emerging conceptual art in Vancouver. I was fortunate to be the recipient of the 2018-19 Rosser Painting Fellowship Award, which supported my field research in materials science in Nara, Kochi and Tokyo, Japan, where I was a guest at Musashino Art University. My paintings were recently featured in the show Phase Change at Vital Spaces in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Artist Corey Antis to speak about his work and have an open studio session at SJU Art Center