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Art & Craft features Laura Karetzky

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Art & Craft features Laura Karetzky

EmbeddedFirst, 2017, oil on wood, 20” x 16”

Laura Karetzky

Laura Karetzky is a Brooklyn, NY based visual artist working in painting, video and multimedia installation. Her work examines discourse in the digital age and explores our attempts to stay connected over all kinds of distances. Recent solo exhibitions include Embedded, Lora Schlesinger Gallery, Los Angeles (2017) and In-Communication In-Transit, BRIC House, Brooklyn (2016). Group shows include TICK-TOCK, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx (2018); Summer, Flowers Gallery, New York City (2018); UNLOADED Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta (2017); Picturing the Unprintable, Flux Factory, New York City (2016); Saint Ann’s 5oth, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York City (2016) and Between Us, The Lodge Gallery, New York City (2015). She has been featured in artcritical, Hyperallergic, The New York Times and American Arts Quarterly. She has a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MFA from The New York Academy of Art. Her work is in the private collection of Snapchat.

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