Photo: Anne Krinsky in London

Anne Krinsky

Artist, Curator, Journalist, Lecturer / academic, Teacher

I am a painter and a printmaker and also make site-specific installations. I moved to London in 2012. I returned to my printmaking roots in 2013, making monoprints on etching presses at the Thames Barrier Print Studio in London and during print residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Since 2011, I have been creating site-specific installations in response to archived library, university and museum collections. Venues for my Shelf Life Project have included the Groton Public Library in Groton, Massachusetts and the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Massachusetts, where my 2013 solo show, Anne Krinsky: Reconfigurations, was exhibited. I have received an Artists’ International Development Fund grant from Arts Council England and the British Council, to learn traditional textile block printing in Jaipur, India and to research a project in the Sanskriti Foundation’s Museum of Indian Textiles in New Delhi in early 2014. My ten-year retrospective, Anne Krinsky: Time / Line, was on view at the Trustman Gallery at Simmons College in Boston in 2010. My works have been purchased by the British Museum, the UK charity, Paintings in Hospitals, the Boston Public Library, American collector Graham Gund and numerous corporate collections on both sides of the Atlantic. read full statement

Location London
Activities Adult education, Residencies, Workshops, Journalism, Critical writing
Artforms Drawing, Installation, Painting, Printmaking, Public Art
Tags Acrylic Workshops, Monoprints, London Artist, Boston Artist, Printmaker, Site-specific Installations, Golden Acrylics, Visual Arts Writer, Projects in Archives, Painter

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  • Acrylics A-Z: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Acrylics…

    Second Floor Studio and Arts, Harrington Way, London SE18 7TA

    Try out the full line of GOLDEN Acrylics in this hands-on workshop. Sample an exciting variety of paints, gels, pastes and grounds to create stunning contemporary surfaces.

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  • Gelli Plate Print Workshop: Painterly Monoprints without a Press

    Second Floor Studio and Arts, Harrington Way, London SE18 7TA

    Create simple and fun painterly prints without a press using the fabulous new Gelli plate with the new slower drying Golden OPEN acrylics.

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  • Artist's International Development Fund Grant from Arts Council England & British Council

    The grant will fund research in India in Jan/Feb 2014. I will be an Artist in Residence at the Sanskriti Foundation in New Delhi and travel to Jaipur for Block Printing on Fabric Workshops.