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The Day We Marched$400
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The Day We Marched Passed the Barclays Center, 2020
Photographs, collage, and acrylic on panel
6 x 6"
This piece is part of my Black Lives Matter series. I begin it last summer after the murder of George Floyd.
*This piece will be available for fair market value.
Kate Fauvell (b.NYC) is a contemporary artist. Kate constantly takes pictures as a means of understanding and documenting the world around us. She use these images to create photo-based collage paintings.She cuts and tear photographs into pieces and these torn pieces replace a paint brush her primary drawing tool.
Born in 1979, Kate has a BFA from Binghamton and an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Fauvell has had solo exhibitions at Binghamton University and Rush Arts Foundation. She has been included in exhibitions on Odetta Digital, New York, NY; The Painting Center, New York, NY; Silvermine Galleries, New Canaan, CT; Google Headquarters, New York, NY, BRIC Arts, Brooklyn, NY; Ethan Cohen Gallery, Beacon, NY; Scope Art Fair, Miami, FL; among many others. The artist was recipient of the Pollock Krasner Grant, New York, NY; Anonymous Was a Woman Grant, New York, NY; the Artist Fellowship, New York, NY; Rauschenberg Foundation Grant, New York,NY a grant from the US Swiss Embassy, Zurich, Switzerland to name a few. She has done residencies around the world including at Mass MoCA and at PRGR in Bern, Switzerland. Fauvell is a single Mom to Matti who is 2 and lives and works in New York, New York.