About the Artist


The artist in her cardboard armor at age 7.

Angela Lorenz (b. 1965 USA) is a visual artist based in New England and Bologna, Italy. She received a B.A. in Fine Arts and Semiotics from Brown University, which included courses at Rhode Island School of Design in graphics and glass and a year abroad at the University of Bologna. Her watercolors, prints, multiples and artist’s books are found in Graphische Sammlung Albertina (Vienna); Victoria & Albert and British Library (London); Prints, Drawings and Photograph Collections of the National Museum of American Art, the Fogg Art Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Addison Gallery of American Art and over 100 museum and university collections in the US and abroad. Lorenz lectures and critiques frequently at universities and art schools, including Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, where she was Resident Faculty in 2007, Stanford, Dartmouth, Wellesley, University of the Arts, Yale, Rhode Island School of Design, Camberwell (UK) and Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia (Italy).

Skowhegan Resident Faculty 2007

Skowhegan Resident Faculty, 2007. Left to right: Marjetica Potrc, Tom Burckhardt, Susanna Coffey, Angela Lorenz and El Anatsui.

Solo shows include the Addison Gallery of American Art; Farnsworth Art Museum; Houghton Library (Harvard); Berry Brickway Gallery (Dartmouth); Fleet Library (RISD); Olin Library (Wesleyan); Davis & Langdale (NYC) and group exhibitions at Yale University Art Gallery; the Metropolitan; MASS MoCA; New York Public Library; Walker Art Center and the Portland Museum of Art. For a complete list of collections, lectures, exhibitions and bibliography, plus an online archive, see: angelalorenzartistsbooks.com


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