Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez

Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez

Artist
Profile Location
Lincoln , NE
Biography

I am a member of the Elisabeth Sackler Feminist Art Base at the Brooklyn Museum and participated at the 20 Congreso Internacional: La Experiencia Intelectual de las Mujeres en el Siglo XXI in Mexico City.

I was awarded a Nebraska Arts Council Grant, a Smithsonian Artist Fellowship, a Pufffin grant, a Pollock Krasner grant, a NALAC grant and was nominated to the Rema Hort Mann and to the Anonymous Was a Woman Foundation. I was a resident at Art OMI, Tamarind Institute, Yaddo, Gasworks, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and Bronx Museum for the Arts.

My work is collected by  Karen and Robert Duncan, Kathy and Marc Lebaron,  The Henning Collection, The Sheldon Museum, El Museo del Barrio, The Cleveland Museum, The Museum University of New Mexico,  El Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Panamá, El Museo de Arte Moderno, Cali Colombia. My work has been reviewed by El Nuevo Herald, The New York Times, Artforum, The Paris Review, Time Out, Art Paper and Art Nexus.

Artist Statement

Having grown up in Colombia and having migrated to the US as an adult, I make art in two languages about the experience of physically having moved, yet remaining rooted in Colombia. I create visual expressions of that Syncretism that has taken place since the conquest of the Americas and that gets replicated in the migration experience.

I am creating, the fifth chapter of a feminist multi-narrative visual novel about cultural memory. The installations and chapters consist of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and mixed media that together and in different voices weave a synchronicity of dialogues, passages, punctuations and silences about hybridity and cultural ownership.

Medium
Drawing
Mixed Media
Painting
Sculpture
 
 

Exhibitions Featuring this Artist

Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez
Mar
02
3/2/18 to 5/5/18
Painting

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