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Born in Boston, MA.
Represented by Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Amanda Curreri is an multi-disciplinary artist and educator. She presents personal and social histories towards public experiences of intersubjectivity. Informed by social activism and built within the vernacular of visual language, her work creates frameworks for rethinking power relationships.

Curreri has recently exhibited at the Asian Art Museum, SF;  Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF; Ortega y Gasset Projects, NY; Rochester Art Center, MN; and the Incheon Women’s Biennale, Korea. She is a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship (2009) and a SF Guardian Goldie Award (2010). Curreri holds an MFA from the California College of the Arts, a BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and a BA from Tufts University in Sociology and Peace & Justice Studies. Curreri is represented by Romer Young Gallery in San Francisco, California.

Collaboration is also core to Curreri’s work and takes many forms. Curreri is part of the collaborative working-group, ERNEST. In September 2015, ERNEST premeired a multi-part artwork, Demos: Wapato Correctional Facility,  in Portland, OR that was the result of a two-year artist residency (with c3:initiative) focused on Wapato, an empty “mothballed” jail in the community. For more info: iamernest.us and c3initiative.org