Ana Wieder Blank is a contemporary artist working in painting, ceramic sculpture, installation, and performance.
Ana Wieder-Blank graduated in 2011 with an MFA in visual arts from Pratt Institute, with a concentration in painting. In addition to her Thesis show at Pratt she has had three solo exhibitions at Honey Ramka Gallery, in Bushwick. Her first solo show Women of Song was reviewed very positively in the Brooklyn Rail. Her second solo show Strange Friends has been featured on the James Kalm report and Brooklyn Arts Magazine. Her third and most recent solo show The FairyTale Protesters has been featured in White-hot Magazine, James Kalm Rough Cuts, 2 Coats of Paint, Art Spiel and more. She was selected for the Directors Tour at Pulse Miami 2016. Her work has been featured in numerous group shows at Honey Ramka Gallery, Novella Gallery, Regina Rex Gallery, Ceres Gallery, The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and more. She also recently completed a mural in the Lower East Side that was proposed to and accepted by Arts for the City, a nonprofit public arts initiative in NYC.
Ana Wieder-Blank is a 2018-2019 Sharpe Walentas fellow for the Sharpe Walentas Studio Program. Ana Wieder Blank has attended Residencies at Open Wabi, Otis College of Art and Design California Institute of the Arts, the Millay Colony, Alfred University, Vermont Studio Center, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. Haystack School of Crafts, and Chautauqua Institute.
Her work has been featured in reviews and interviews in the Brooklyn Rail, White Hot Magazine, Create Magazine Maake Magazine, Studio Visit Magazine, W Magazine, Bushwick Arts Daily, and HyperAllergic.com. James Kalm featured The Fairytale Protesters in a video. Ana was interviewed by James Kalm of the James Kalm report/rough cuts about her show Strange Friends. Strange Friends was selected by Brooklyn Arts Magazine critics list as one of the best shows of 2015.