About the Artist
Amy Hauft has exhibited her large-scale architectural installations in museums and galleries world-wide including the Brooklyn Museum (New York, NY), the New Museum (New York, NY), the International Artists Museum (Poland), The American Academy in Rome, and PS1 Museum (New York, NY) among many others. She has been the recipient of significant grants including the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, PEW Foundation Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative, the Howard Foundation Fellowship and a Public Art Fund Grant, among others. She has been awarded residencies to work abroad including the Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship in Umbria, Italy, and the International Artists Residency Fellowship in Łódź, Poland. She has taught at the Tyler School of Art, Virginia Commonwealth University, the University of Texas at Austin, and is currently based in St. Louis, MI directing the College of Art in the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University.
The artist would like to thank Sculpture Space, the University of Texas at Austin, and Washington University in St. Louis.
Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia PA
Caning, plywood, florescent fixtures, hardware
Courtesy of the artist