Seattle Based Artist/Instructor
Anthony White is an artist and curator in Seattle, Washington, where he is currently represented by Greg Kucera Gallery. A 2018 alumnus of Cornish College of the Arts, White's work is meticulously spun from common PLA plastic resulting in representations of manipulated and glamorized portraits, consumerism, and brash, Instagram-style images as viewed through the lens of a cell phone. In 2020 he was a finalist for the Neddy Award and a recipient of the AXA Art Prize at NYC Academy of Art. In 2019, White presented a solo booth at EXPO Chicago, received the Special Recognition award from Seattle Art Museum's Betty Bowen Committee.
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