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Renae Barnard

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Almost Lovers Always Do, June 2012 Plaster, Projection and Digital Print on Paper. 226"L X 148"H X 6"D © Sarah Barnard
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Luke (From the Series "Ladies and Gentlemen", 2012 Digital Prints, T Pins, Velcro. 24" Round © Sarah Barnard
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Secret Eating , 2014 Electric Blankets 48" X 21" X 14"
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Los Angeles
Birth year
1978
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
Los Angeles
Schools
Claremont Colleges
Tags
sculpture, mixed-media, installation, video-art, conceptual, photography, digital
Current Exhibitions and Events
May, 2016
Defend & Advance
National Immigration Law Center
Statement

Renae Barnard is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Los Angeles. Barnard’s work has been shown at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Harriet & Charles Luckman Gallery, Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery, Berkeley Art Center, SOMArts Gallery, Pete & Susan Barrett Gallery, Grace Albrecht Gallery, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, Peggy Phelps Gallery as well as screened at U.S. and international film festivals.

Barnard has been the recipient of many awards including but not limited to Outstanding Experimental Film, Sue Arlen Walker and Harvey M. Parker Memorial Fellowship, Armory Center for the Arts Teaching Artist Fellowship, Ahmanson Annual Fellowship, Christopher Street West Art & Culture Grant, Lincoln Fellowship Award and the Pasadena Arts Council Fiscal Sponsorship.  Barnard has spoken about her work at the Open Engagement Conference at the Queens Museum, NY, The Long Beach LGTBQ Film Festival, Shoshana Wayne Gallery and Los Angeles Municipal Gallery.