Michelle Grabner, one of twelve artists invited to participate in "It Was Never Linear: Recent Painting," will appear in conversation with Aaron Holz, co-curator of the exhibition and associate professor of painting and drawing at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, on Friday, May 27, at 5 p.m.
Grabner's varied interests beyond her studio practice-in writing, curating, and teaching-led the Whitney Museum of American Art to name her co-curator of its 2014 biennial with Anthony Elms and Stuart Comer. Her writing has been published in Artforum, Modern Painters, Frieze, Art Press, and Art-Agenda, among others.
Tickets are required and available online at go.unl.edu/sheldon-may-27. Tickets are free for members of the Sheldon Art Association, $10 for nonmembers, and $5 for nonmember students. For information on membership in the SAA, visit our website or contact Jennifer Cantrell at email@example.com or 402.472.1454.
Flashe and gesso on canvas, 2016
80 (diameter) x 2 inches
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, gift of Roy Boyd, H. Lee and Carol Gendler Fund, and Olga N. Sheldon Acquisition Trust, U-6522.2016
Image courtesy of the artist and James Cohan, New York
Copyright Michelle Grabner