Latest news on: Tracey Snelling

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Recent article about my work in the present print issue of Monopol magazine in Germany
Video tour of solo exhibition The Naked City at Krupic Kersting in Cologne
Hi-Fructose magazine
 Present and Upcoming Exhibitions and Events:
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Art on Market Kiosk Poster Series 2016/2017
San Francisco bus kiosks along Market Street public project
October 28, 2016 – February 13, 2017
Link to more images
-Will soon be available as a print and light box series
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Night Alley, 2013, mixed media, 23 x 24 x 27″ collection of Idan Levin
Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose
Akron Art Museum
Akron, Ohio
February 11 – May 7, 2017
With Erwin Wurm, Kehinde Wiley, Wim Delvoye, Kazuki Takamatsu, and others.

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One Thousand Shacks, 2016, mixed media with video, 16 ft tall x 10 ft wide x 1.5 ft deep; 7 Eleven, 2015, chromogenic print (also detail of 7 Eleven sculpture)

Residency, talk, and solo exhibition: Multiple Realities
One Thousand Shacks installation
University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Residency: February 16 – March 23, 2017
Exhibition and talk: March 20
Video documentation of One Thousand Shacks
Information and images
Recent press about One Thousand Shacks:
Interview with The Establishment about One Thousand Shacks and other works
Oakland Magazine
Artist as Maggid: Jewish Tales and Creatures
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Group exhibition
San Francisco, CA
September 2017 – January 2018

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Upcoming commission: Criminal City
Historisches Museum Frankfurt
Frankfurt, Germany
Opening November 2017
Ten-year installation
In progress
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Model Makers
Group exhibition for the opening of the new wing of the Historisches Museum Frankfurt
Frankfurt, Germany
November 2017 – 2018
Still on:
Imagining Home
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, Maryland
October 25, 2015 — June 1, 2018
Curated by Associate Curator of European Painting & Sculpture Oliver Shell
El Mirador, 2005, mixed media with video, collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art
El Mirador is named after the motel in the film Touch of Evil, and represents a way-stop for lovers, wanderers, and people on the run. Videos playing in the window are from Paris, Texas, Wild at Heart, The Getaway, Fool for Love, Losin’ It, among others.
Upcoming curatorial project:
Punks Not Dead
NIAD Art Center
Richmond, CA
Online exhibition
Spring 2017
 Recent Grants:
ArtPrize Seed Grant
Sculpture shortlist for ArtPrize
Joan Mitchell Foundation Painter’s and Sculptor’s Grant