Danforth Gallery Artist Spotlight: Anne Mourier

A companion resource guide assembled in collaboration with Danforth Gallery, Amy Rahn, and Anne Mourier. Books were curated by the library staff at UMA.

About the Artist


Portrait of the artist. The artist is in a white dress and trapped in a glass display box. Next to her is a ladder and a pair of legs climbing up the ladder

Anne is an incredible artist who lives between Venice and New York, and who was a founder of the influential New York art space The Invisible Dog. She works in media from lace to blown glass to performance, and we will have those media and more included in her exhibition in the Danforth this winter. Anne has long been interested in concepts of the Feminine. In Anne's work, she examines the Feminine as it is associated with practices, qualities, and visualities that Western societies tend to devalue and even suppress, and what the implications of that value system are more broadly. 

Pictured to the right: Portrait of the artist by Malcolm Brown


Contact the Artist

Anne wants to hear from you!

Anne Mourier

The Invisible Dog Art Center

51 Bergen Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201


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