Fanny Allié (b. 1981 in Montpellier, France, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) holds an MA in Visual Arts from Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie (The National School of Photography) in Arles, France. Solo exhibitions have been organized at venues including Princeton University, DOT Art, A.I.R Gallery, New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, Fresh Window gallery, Chashama, and St Eustache Church in Paris, France. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, NY Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, Hyperallergic, Le Monde Diplomatique, DNA Info, Marie Claire Italy, and Artspace Magazine. In April 2017 Allié installed her interactive, community-based and participatory public art sculpture Exquisite Corpse in collaboration with DOT Art and A.I.R Gallery in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. In June 2017, she was awarded the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Studio Immersion Fellowship. Currently, her solo exhibition Sidewalk Sightings: People without Homes is on view at Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery until April 12.
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