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Kate Gilmore (born 1975) is a fine artist working in and synthesizing multiple mediums, including video, sculpture, photography, and performance. Born in Washington, DC, Gilmore attended Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, graduating in 1997. Gilmore received her masters of fine arts in 2002 from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Gilmore's work engages with ideas of femininity through her own physicality and critiques of gender and sex. Gilmore currently lives and works in New York City, NY. Gilmore has exhibited at the 2010 Whitney Biennial, the Brooklyn Museum, The Indianapolis Museum of Art, White Columns, Contemporary Arts Center (Cincinnati), Artpace, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The Rose Art Museum, and PS1/MoMA Contemporary Art Center.
Some of Gilmore's residencies and awards include the Artist Space Independent Project Grant (NY), an artist fellowship at the New York Foundation for the Arts, residency and award at Farpath (Dijon, France), an award winner for the Louis Confort Tiffany Foundation (NY), award for artist in excellence for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (NY), and recipiant of the Art Matters Grant (NY), among many others.
Gilmore is currently an Associate Professor of Art and Design at Purchase College, SUNY, Purchase, NY and part of the MFA Faculty at the School of Visual Arts, New York, NY. She has been a visiting artist and/or lecturer extensively at universities, museums and galleries since 2002 throughout the United States and internationally at the Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music, Tokyo, Japan and the American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy.
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