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Tamara Kostianovsky

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Abacus, 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist, Ink, Shellac, Polyester Batting and Meat Hooks 90 X 46 X 21 Inches/each © Photo credit: Sol Aramendi, Courtesy of the artist and Black & White Gallery
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Abacus, 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist, Ink, Shellac and Meat Hooks. Each Piece 96 X 36 X 45 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Bound, 2007 Curtains and Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist, Steel, Meat Hooks and Chains. 61 X 39 X 15 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Malice, 2007 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist and Industrial Cart 72 X 34 X 45 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Mast, 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist and Wood 13 X 68 X 10 Inches
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One and a Half, 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist, Steel, Chains and Plastic Bags 122 X 36 X 22 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Map of Truth, 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist and Embroidery Floss 132 X 93 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Map of Truth (DETAIL), 2008 Articles of Clothing Belonging to the Artist and Embroidery Floss 132 X 93 Inches © Photo: Sol Aramendi
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Hair Map (View of the installation at the Window on Broad, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA), 2004 Human Hair on Window 47 X 33 Inches
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Hair Map (DETAIL), 2004 Human Hair on Window 47 X 33 Inches
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Dead Weight, 2012 Cured Meat, Dry Pigment, Sand Bags, Chains, Metal Hooks 132 X 108 X 54 Inches 335.28 X 274.32 X 137.16 Cm © Courtesy of the Artist and Friedman Benda
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After Goya © Courtesy of the Artist and Nevada Museum of Art
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Turkey Vulture, 2015 © Courtesy of the Artist and Y Gallery
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Tamara Kostianovsky is a native of Israel. She was raised in Argentina and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  She holds a BFA degree from Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1998) and an MFA degree from Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2003). Kostianovsky is a recipient of Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant and was the finalist for Pew Fellowships in the Arts. 

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