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Artist Amy Ritter

Amy Ritter

Brooklyn, NY, USA


American, b. 1986   —   Amy Ritter grew up in Eastern Pennsylvania in a double-wide mobile home. She is influenced by working class people, their stories, workplaces, homes, and bodies; specifically those living in mobile homes. She has been systematically archiving mobile home parks with overarching research questions around the American Dream, specifically the myth of social mobility and the stigma and shame around places we call home. Ritter received her MFA from The Ohio State University, her BFA from Tyler School of Art, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2016. She has attended numerous residencies including the Vermont Studio Center, Fine Arts Work Center, LMCC, Trestle Artist in Residence, Dé Clinic International Mixer Residency, NYU Visiting Scholar, and Yaddo. She has shown more recently at the Sculpture Center Cleveland, Fleisher Arts Memorial in Philadelphia, The Porch Galley in upstate NY, The Museum of Sex (NY), BRIC (NY), Laurence Miller Gallery (NY), Socrates Sculpture park (NY), and Loyola University (MD). She currently has an Engaging Artist Fellowship with More Art. This May she will be an Associate Artist in Residence at The Atlantic Center for the Arts and installing a public sculpture at Franconia Sculpture Park the fall of 2021.

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Brooklyn Army Terminal
80 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220

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