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Tiffany Calvert

Tiffany Calvert’s paintings incorporate diverse technologies, including fresco, 3D modeling, and data manipulation. John Yau, in his Hyperallergic profile, compares their “improvisational riffs and fractured views” to Willem de Kooning. Calvert’s work has been exhibited at the Lawrimore Project (Seattle, Wash.), E.TAY Gallery (N.Y.), the Speed Museum (Louisville, Ky.), the Susquehanna Art Museum (Pa.), and Cadogan Contemporary (London, UK), among others. Residencies include the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, I-Park, and ArtOmi International Arts Center where she received a Geraldine R. Dodge Fellowship. Calvert has received grants from the Great Meadows Foundation and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Calvert comes to WashU from the University of Louisville.