Leslie Lanxinger

Leslie Lanxinger’s photorealistic charcoal drawings take inspiration
from various forms of narrative: specifically pop culture, literature,
and low brow theater such as burlesque and vaudeville. Her drawings
address the intimacy and absurdity of human nature. Lanxinger builds
props and costumes, much like theater sets, out of paper mache,
cardboard, clay, and textiles, and draws using these as reference
Lanxinger has exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Tokyo,
London, and Miami. Select awards include the Franklin Furnace Award,
the Brooklyn Arts council Grant, the San Francisco Center for Cultural
Innovation Grant, and the Brand Associate Patron Award. Museum shows
include the Wexner Center, Ohio, the Harn Museum, Florida, and the
Institute for Contemporary Arts in Boston and Atlanta. She received
her Masters of Fine Arts from the School of Visual arts in New York
and her BFA from the Atlanta College of Art. She lives and works in
Los Angeles.


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