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Sarah Trigg
updated: 01/03/2010
website: www.sarahtrigg.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
Artwork Title
art-medium
art-year
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Fault Line
Nothing is Permanent
Super Terrestrial
Odyssey
Terrestrial
Swamp I
Swamp II
Swamp VII
Junk in Space
Polar Flag I
 
Portfolio Keywords:  abstract, surreal, architecture, historical, landscape, mapping, political, nature, psychological, social criticism
 
 
Fault Line by Sarah Trigg
Fault Line
acrylic on canvas
2010
48" x  60" 
Nothing is Permanent by Sarah Trigg
Nothing is Permanent
acrylic on canvas
2010
48" x  60" 
Super Terrestrial by Sarah Trigg
Super Terrestrial
acrylic on canvas
2010
60" x  72" 
Odyssey by Sarah Trigg
Odyssey
acrylic on canvas
2010
60" x  72" 
Terrestrial by Sarah Trigg
Terrestrial
acrylic on canvas
2010
48" x  60" 
Swamp I by Sarah Trigg
Swamp I
acrylic on paper
2009
16" x  20" 
Swamp II by Sarah Trigg
Swamp II
acrylic on paper
2009
16" x  20" 
Swamp VII by Sarah Trigg
Swamp VII
acrylic on paper
2009
16 " x  20 " 
Junk in Space by Sarah Trigg
Junk in Space
acrylic on paper
2009
16" x  20" 
Polar Flag I by Sarah Trigg
Polar Flag I
acrylic on paper
2009
16" x  20" 

Artist Statement
For a current statement, please see: http://sarahtrigg.com/statement.html

Artist Bio / CV

Solo and Two-person Exhibitions
2009
Sarah Trigg and Derick Melander, ADA Gallery
, Richmond, VA
2007
Daily Markings on the Face of the Earth
, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions
2009
Content and Discontent, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY
Intersections, curated by Tania Duvergne, Seton Hall University Law Building
, Newark, NJ

2008
Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
Making History, Jeff Bailey, New York, NY
Above and Beyond, Cristinerose, New York, NY

2007
Ladies and Gentleman..., Stephanie Sacco Gallery, Miami, FL
Zoom +/-, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Its Such a Small World, AG Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2006
Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensborough, NC
Red Desert (curated), Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY
Fantastic Routes, The Roger Smith Lab Gallery, New York, NY
Paramnesiac Landscapes
, NYCAMS: New York Center for Art and Media Studies, New York, NY
AIM 26 Exhibition
, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY

2005
On the Subject of War, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
Selections from the Flat Files, Pierogi 2000 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Human Scale, Dumbo Arts Center (DAC), Brooklyn, NY
NY loves LV, Dust Gallery, Las Vegas, NV
Our World, Broadway Gallery, New York, NY

education
Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Bachelor of Fine Arts, May 1995

selected bibliography
Virilio Now: Current Perspectives in Virilio Studies, ed. by John Armitage, Polity Press, 2010.
Daily Markings on the Face of the Earth, Sarah Trigg, Cultural Politics, July 2009.
The Map as Art, Kitty Harmon, Princeton Architectural Press, Nov 2009.
Today's Landscapes, Tomorrow's Dystopia, Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times
, June 1, 2008.
Trigg-onometry, Richard Martin, Miami Magazine, Sept/Oct 2007, pg 96.

Basking in the Light, Dede Young, Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, May 2007, pg 101.
RxArt Coloring Book, RxArt, New York, NY
Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, November 2006
AIM 26, Bronx Museum of the Arts, pg. 42
Omnivorous American Urbanism, Julio Salcedo, Arquitectura: Revista de Arquitectura, September 2004.
New Territory: Paintings of Sarah Trigg, Karen E. Steen, Metropolis, April 2004, pg. 82.