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NATALIE LANESE
Assistant Professor of Art
Klemm Gallery Director
Painting & Drawing
M.F.A Pratt Institute
 

Working primarily in collage, painting and installation, Ms. Lanese’s work is recognized for its vintage style, satire, and wit. The Village Voice described her collages as "enigmatic narratives heightened by keen color clashes and jazzy textures" when covering her exhibition at Jack the Pelican Presents in Brooklyn in 2007. Ms. Lanese’s work has been seen most recently at the Toledo Museum of Art, Space Gallery in Portland, ME and at the University of Toledo’s Center for the Visual Arts. Past exhibitions include the Scope International Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland, and in East Hampton, New York, and exhibitions at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA and at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA.

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TEACHING STATEMENT
I strive to create a learning environment in which students can be confident in their instincts and opinions. I foster the confidence to realize their full potential through a constant dialogue and constructive critique surrounding their work. This critique includes discussion of the technical execution of the work as well as the work’s place in a contemporary dialogue, whether it is in the context of the art world, or a political, cultural or social discourse. Furthermore, I encourage students to take risks, to make rules and break them, and engage in a constant mode of questioning and discovery in creating their artwork.

Panorama, site specific paint and collage installation, 2013

Panorama, site specific paint and collage installation, 2013