Rebecca Hackemann


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Rebecca Hackemann
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Rebecca Hackemann is a British/American conceptual artist whose studio practice and public art practice now stretches over 25 years. Dr. Hackemann has exhibited in New York, NY, San Francisco, CA, London, England and Philadelphia, PA. Hackemann holds a PhD from Chelsea College of Art UAL (2019), an MFA from Stanford University, CA (1996) and received her BFA (Hons) from the University of Westminster (then PCL), London in 1994. In 2000/2001 she was a Whitney Museum of American Art ISP Program fellow in New York (2000). Her work consists of photographs, drawing and sculpture. She also makes stereoscopes containing her 3-D photographs, anamorphic drawings, both on paper and on walls as installations. Her art practice is mostly concerned with issues of perception, representation, and the intersection between language and image and in the public realm history and public space. Rebecca is currently developing a new public art project in the five New York boroughs and is part of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) fiscal sponsorship program. She is also always working on new photographs and anamorphic drawings and a 3-D film. Additional exhibitions of her works include Hunter College Times Square Galleries (2010), FIT New York, Gigantic Artspace New York, Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta (2007) and at the 5th Biennial of Contemporary Art in Novosibirsk, Siberia (2007). Residencies include the Headlands Center for the Arts, CA (2005), Light Work, Syracuse, NY (2002) and Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY (2003). She has also shown her work with blasthaus, San Francisco, CA, Gigantic Art Space, New York, Sotheby’s New York, Printed Matter and at LMCC, New York. The work is in the artist book collection of MOMA New York, Musée Français de la Photographie, France; the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Germany; the Museum für Fotografie, Germany and in private collections in New York and England. More, including new conceptual drawings on photography, her miniature image/text books and recent public art projects can be seen at www.rebeccahackemann.com.