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Audrey Flack

Audrey Flack (b. 1931, New York, New York) is most recognized for her Photorealist still lifes that depict dressing tables, food, and flowers and address stereotypes of feminine identities. Flack currently identifies as a sculptor, producing both small and oversized works bronze works of the female figure. She has received several notable public commissions including “Beloved Woman of Justice” for the Howard Baker Junior Federal Courthouse in Knoxville, TN, which has been declared a national landmark for the Cherokee Nation.

For more information on this artist, visit:
www.audreyflack.com/

Featured Works

Exhibitions
— Audrey Flack

Previous Exhibitions

The American Dream

American Realism 1945-2016

18 November — 26 May, 2018

FIA exterior CROPPED

From Lens to Eye to Hand

Photorealism 1969 to Today

21 April — 12 October, 2018

Parrish Museum exterior CROPPED

From Lens to Eye to Hand

Photorealism 1969 to Today

6 August , 2017— 21 January, 2018

Tampa Art Museum Cropped 2

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

Tampa Museum of Art Tampa, Florida

30 June — 8 October, 2017

Kunsthal Rotterdam museum entrance

Hyperrealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

25 February — 5 June, 2017

c-werner-hannappel CROPPED 2

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

15 October , 2016— 8 January, 2017

Recent Press
— Audrey Flack

Parrish Art Museum
From Lens To Eye To Hand: Photorealism 1969 To Today
Hamptons Art Hub, 04/08/2017

Everybody thought I was Catholic
Audrey Flack's Jewish Identity
American Art - 23, 20/03/2009

Alternate Realities
Photorealist painters transcend photographic images to create personal visions
Art & Antiques, 21/06/2003

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