Discipline: Visual Art

Harriet Bart

Discipline: Visual Art
Region: Minneapolis, MN
MacDowell Fellowships: 1990
Harriet Bart is an American installation, book, and visual artist whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Germany. Bart has received numerous commissions throughout the U.S., Japan, and Israel, and has had her work exhibited in more than 20 solo and duo exhibitions, and 40 group shows. Additionally, Bart has published 12 artist books, and received several awards, including the Minnesota State Arts Board Center Opportunity Grant, the Bush Foundation Visual Arts Fellowship, and the Minnesota Book Awards in 2002, 2004, and 2015. Bart’s work resides in more than 40 collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, The New York Public Library, the National Gallery in Washington, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Bart is represented by Booklyn, in Brooklyn, NY, and Driscoll Babcock in New York.



Harriet Bart worked in the Alexander studio.

Originally designed to be a visual art gallery, this facility was built in memory of the late John White Alexander and funded by Elizabeth Alexander and their son James. John White Alexander is highly regarded as a portrait painter and, in the early part of the 20th century, served on…

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