Sculpture and installation work of artist Arlene Rush.
Arlene Rush, an internationally known artist, who exhibits her work extensively in galleries, universities and museums, throughout the US, Asia and Europe.
In 2011 she was awarded the Pat Hearn & Colin De Land Foundation Grant and in1988 the Center for Emerging Visual Artists awarded her a residency to Barcelona, Spain.
Her work is in various collections among which are: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY; Beth Israel Comprehensive Cancer Center- West Side, New York, NY; Joe Baio, New York, NY; Pavel Zoubok, New York, NY; MOMA, Wales, UK; MUBE, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Mark Golden, GOLDEN Artist Paint, Berlin, NY; Robert H. Chaney, Houston, TX; ARCO Chemical, Newton Square, PA; The Center For Emerging Visual Artist, Philadelphia, PA; Seligman & Latz, Inc. New York, NY; Library of Congress, Great Hall, Thomas Jefferson Bldg., Washington, DC; Koenig Iron Works, Inc. New York, NY; Eleven Eleven Wellness Center, New York, NY; American Medical Assoc., New York, NY; Bell & Company, New York, NY and Marke Communications, New York, NY.
She has been reviewed in various publications including: The New York Times, Time Out New York, Hyperallergic, Huffington Post, New York Daily News, Artsy Editorial, City Paper, Newsday, Rheinische Post, Aktuell, The New Yorker and Stadtmagazin.
Arlene Rush currently lives and works in Chelsea, New York City.