Limited Edition

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (April 2).
Ander Mikalson
Score for a Black Hole
$1000.00

Ander Mikalson: Score for a Black Hole, 2019
February 25, February 26, March 4, March 5, March 11, March 12, March 18, March 19, April 1, April 2
Watercolor on paper
12″ × 12″ framed
10 unique drawings
Courtesy the artist
$1,000 each

This limited-edition features 10 black-and-white handmade watercolor drawings by artist Ander Mikalson. Each are unique, framed and sold separately. The works were created in conjunction with Mikalson’s Art in General fall 2019 New Commission exhibition Ander Mikalson: Scores for a Black Hole.

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (February 25).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (February 26).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 4).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 5).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 11).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 12).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 18).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (March 19).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (April 1).

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Ander Mikalson, Score for a Black Hole (April 2).

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Ander Mikalson received an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, a BA from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara, and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her performances have been shown at The Kitchen (New York, NY), The High Line (New York, NY), Storm King Art Center (New Windsor, NY), The Art, Design & Architecture Museum (Santa Barbara, CA), Kate Werble Gallery (New York, NY), Queens Museum (Queens, NY), Temple Contemporary (Philadelphia, PA), Institute of Contemporary Art (Portland, ME), and Tensta Konsthall (Stockholm, Sweden). Her projects have been supported by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (2016), the Art Matters Foundation Grant (2013), College Art Association Professional-Development Fellowship in the Visual Arts (2012), and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Graduate Fellowship (2011). She has been an artist-in-residence at the Queens Museum (2015-18), Robert Rauschenberg Foundation (2017), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (2016), and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (2018). In 2019 she will be a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow in Washington, DC.