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Anne Krinsky

I combine practices of painting, print, photography and video with archival and geographical research to investigate overlooked structures in natural and man-made environments. I am fascinated by the passage of time and the ephemeral nature of the physical world. I trained as a printmaker and layering – of ideas, images and media – lies at the heart of my process. Since 2018, I have been working on an international project about vulnerable wetlands and climate change in coastal and inland locations, including the River Naab in Bavaria, the Thames Estuary and the Los Angeles River Corridor.

Anne Krinsky is a London-based artist, born in the US. Research underpins her practice and she has made installations in response to archived collections in the US, UK and India. She exhibited her first project with a UK archive, From Absorb to Zoom: An Alphabet of Actions in the Women’s Art Library, at Goldsmiths University of London in 2015.

The artist’s multi-year project, Tide Line Thames, investigated the river and its architectural structures between tide lines for London’s Totally Thames. It culminated in 2017 with a video collaboration in the Brunel Museum Thames Tunnel Shaft and with Tropical Thames, her print installation in Crossrail Place Roof Garden, commissioned by Canary Wharf Arts. Watching the Thames erode metal, wood, and stone led her to think about rising sea levels, and to her project about vulnerable wetlands. Her recent research in South Coast wetlands was exhibited in overlapping shows in Worthing in 2021-22 – Wetlands Shifting Shorelines outdoors on the Seafront Promenade and Fugitive at the Worthing Museum and Art Gallery.

Anne Krinsky has been awarded grants including an Artists International Development Fund Grant, Arts Council England Developing Your Creative Practice Grant, two a-n Artist Bursaries and two Arts Council England Grants for the Arts. The British Museum, Boston Public Library, American collector Graham Gund and U.K. charity, Paintings in Hospitals, have purchased her works, as have corporate and private collectors on both sides of the Atlantic.