Alice Attie is an American artist renowned for her paint, textile and photography works that reflect on issues such as gender roles, political and social injustice. Born in Boston in 1965, Attie has always had a keen interest in art and was admitted to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 1985, where she obtained her BFA five years later. Her work has been exhibited extensively in the United States, Europe, and Latin America, and she has participated in prestigious art projects such as the 45th Venice Biennale. Her works include: 'Portraits' (1999), 'Wilderness' (2004), 'The Young Man Sitting in the Park' (2004), 'The Garden' (2007), 'The Afterlife of Reason' (2009) and 'The End of History' (2011).
Alice Attie, American Artist, painting, textile, photography, gender roles, political, social injustice.
— Mei Wang
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