COLLAGE: The Art for Cancer Network
Lynn Randolph is a Houston based artist, who has exhibited her work widely in Texas and the U.S. She was a fellow at the Radcliffe Center for advanced Studies (1989-1990). Her work is in many private collections, as well as, The National Museum of Women in Art, Washington .D.C., The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Menil Collection, The San Antonio Museum, Arizona State University Museum, the Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College and The Harvard Divinity School.
A five year collaboration with cultural critic Donna Haraway produced the book Modest_ Witness@Second_Millennium:FeMaleMan©_Meets_OncoMouse(tm). Her paintings have appeared in many other texts, not as collaborations, but as they inform topics such as feminism, religion, cultural studies and contempory art. Randolph's paintings appeared in Deborah J. Haynes' book, The Vocation of the Artist in a chapter entitled "Visionary Imagination."
Recent exhibitions of Lynn’s work include Hx8 currently on view at the Station Museum, 2013 Pensive, Galerie Califia Horazdovice, Czzech Republic 2012, Substantialis Corpus Mixti, The Synergies Exhibition of the Basel,Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions. The United Nations Bldg. New York.2010.Lines of Attack, Nasher Museum, Duke University, Durham, N.C.2010.
In addition to her personal work, Lynn also works as an Artist-in-Residence for COLLAGE: The Art for Cancer Network. Lynn spends her time in the Palliative Care Unit at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Here Lynn works with terminally ill cancer patients to create patient-guided images.
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