Introduction
Ida Applebroog (born November 11, 1929) is an American multi-media artist who is best-known for her paintings and sculptures that explore the themes of gender, sexual identity, violence and politics. Applebroog has been the recipient of multiple honors including the MacArthur Fellowship "Genius Grant", the College Art Association Distinguished Art Award for Lifetime Achievement, an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, New School for Social Research/Parsons School of Design. Applebroog currently resides in New York and is represented by Hauser & Wirth.
Wikidata
Q1488149
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Introduction
American painter studied at the New York State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences (1947-1950) and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (1966-1968). In 1974 she moved to New York City. Her work is figurative, often suggesting narratives of everyday life.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Ida Applebroog, Ida Horowitz
Ulan
500091955
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