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Shirley Kaneda

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Shirley Kaneda, Halcyon Distress, 2018, 72” x 63” acrylic on canvas
Shirley Kaneda, Halcyon Distress, 2018, 72” x 63” acrylic on canvas

Shirley Kaneda was born in Tokyo to Korean parents and lives and works in NYC. She has shown extensively in the US and Europe with more than 25 solo shows since 1992. Awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, Pollock Krasner Foundation, Elizabeth Foundation and NEA. She has taught and lectured at many schools and was Professor of Painting at Pratt Institute until her recent retirement. She writes art criticism occasionally and has been a Contributing Editor at Bomb Magazine since 1992.

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