Tatana Kellner is a visual
artist with over 20 solo exhibitions in USA and Canada. Her practice
encompasses artist’s books, printmaking, papermaking, drawing, photography and
installation. She uses these media
to comment on contemporary culture.
Tatana’s work has been
featured at the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Fort Collins, Co, Samuel Dorsky
Museum of Art, New Paltz, and Center for Photography at Woodstock, Bucknell
University in Lewisburg, PA and Creative Concepts in Beacon, NY, Neuberger
Museum, Purchase, NY and District Fine Arts Gallery, Washington, DC, among
In 2008 she
received the Puffin Foundation Grant and in 2005 the Pollock Krasner Foundation
Grant. Tatana is also the recipient of two New York Foundation for the Arts
Fellowships, two Photographer’s Fund Award from the Center for Photography at
Woodstock and Ruth Chenven Foundation Grant. She has been awarded residencies
at The MacDowell Colony (three times), Yaddo, Banff Centre for the Arts,
Lightwork, Visual Studies Workshop, Saltonstall Art Colony, Millay Colony, the
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Artpark, Blue Mountain Center, Jentel,
Foundacion Valparaiso and Ragdale Foundation.
Tatana is the founding member
and Artistic Director of Women’s Studio Workshop, an artists’ workspace in
Rosendale, NY where she is instrumental in helping artists publish and market
limited edition artists’ books. Her work encompasses printmaking, photography
and installation and she is the author of 22 limited edition artists’ books.