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(Born 1976). " Slaapwandelaar Sleepwalker " Kleur Houtsnede Monotype, genummerd lo nummer van 100 exemplaren, gedateerd ro 2016, gesigneerd ro, Published in 2016 by the German Art Periodical Texte zur Kunst. Blad grootte: 38 x 56 cm.
Dana Schutz (Born 1976) is an American artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She is known for her humorous, gestural paintings that take on specific subjects or narrative situations as a point of departure. Her painting open casket, when shown in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, drew protests " Urging that the painting be not only removed from the show but also destroyed " .
She grew up in Livonia, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Her mother was an art teacher in a junior high school and an amateur painter,her father a high school counselor. An only child, Schutz graduated in 1995 from Adlaie. Stevenson high school. In 1999, while pursuing her bfa at the cleveland institute of art, schutz then went abroad to attend the norwich school of art and design in norwich, england. That same year, she participated in maines skowhegan school of painting and sculpture residency program, and in 2000 completed her bfa upon her return to cleveland. In 2002, schutz received her mfa from columbia university in the city of new york.she first came to attention in 2002 with her debut exhibition "frank from observation" (2002) at lfl gallery (which then became zach feuer gallery). This show was based on the conceit of schutz as the last painter, representing the last subject frank.