KANSAS CITY, MO.- Kansas City based artist and 1998 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award Fellow Anne Lindberg has been selected by Art Omis selection panel to attend Art Omi International Artists Residency Program in July 2009. Located in the historic Hudson River Valley in upstate New York, the International Artists Residency is a three week Residency Program for visual artists, which provides artists with a studio, living quarters, and meals.
Lindberg is the fifth Kansas City based artist selected to attend Art Omi through a partnership between Charlotte Street Foundation and Art Omi launched in 2004. Through this partnership, one CSF Visual Artist Award Fellow per year is awarded a slot at the prestigious program, where they work alongside other selected artists from around the world and gain access to prominent visiting critics, curators, gallerists, and artists. This years critic-in-residence, on hand to lead discussions and make one-on-one studio visits, is Frances Richard, a critic and writer for ArtForum Magazine.
Anne Lindberg received her BFA from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 1985 and her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in 1988. Represented by the Dolphin Gallery, her work has been presented in solo exhibitions at national galleries and museums including Dennos Museum, Traverse City, Michigan; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; and Meadows Gallery, University of Texas at Tyler. Her work has been featured in group exhibitions including shows at the Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City; Reading Art Museum, Reading, PA; Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill, Bronx, NY; and Daum Museum of Art, Sedalia, MO. Several of her large scale graphite drawings are currently on view in Apparently Inivisible Selections Spring 2009 at The Drawing Center, New York. Lindberg recently completed slips and shifts, a commissioned 200 foot custom glass wall drawing for art commission for a commercial building in the Waldo neighborhood of Kansas City, MO.
In addition to Lindberg, the following artists have been selected for the 2009 Residency: Mo Abdulla, Iraq/UK; Dorothy Amenuke, Ghana; Sana Arjumand, Pakistan; Lionel Bawden, Australia; Behailu Bezabih Ayele, Ethiopia; Alberto Borea, Peru; Vanessa Chimera, Italy; Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Thailand; Kawayan de Guia, Philippines; Dinh Cong Dat, Vietnam; Mario Duchesneau, Montreal, Canada; La Toya Frazier, USA; Debesh Goswami, India/France; Moo Kwon Han, Korea/USA; Midori Harima, Japan/USA; Peterson Kamwathi Waweru, Kenya; Amal Laala, Morocco; Greg Linquist, USA; Liat Livni, Israel; Yvonne Lung, USA; Shawne Major, USA; Machhoya Nirakar, India; Renata Poljak, Croatia; Dan Price, USA; Mimmo Roselli, Italy; James Sham, Canada/USA; Orhan Tekin, Turkey.