Lot 127: Miranda Maher

The Evolution of Physics
(Einstein & Infeld)
Xerox on rag paper
12 x 18 inches
Series: Verso Recto
Courtesy of the artist
Fair Market Value

Miranda Maher moved from Detroit to Brooklyn shortly after receiving her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Before that she lived in Providence while working on her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Before that she lived in Kansas, Indiana, New York, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, Heidelberg, Munich, and California. Nomad? Nomad. Over the last 25 years, she has exhibited in university, non-profit and commercial gallery spaces in New York and throughout the US and internationally. Venues that have shown her work include Wave Hill (Bronx), The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, White Columns, The Drawing Center, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery and Pierogi Gallery Flat Files. She has also shown at Kunstbunker (Nuremberg), Spaces (Cleveland), CEPA Gallery (Buffalo), Artetica (Rome), Yatoo (S. Korea), Galerie Staub (g*fzk!) (Zurich), the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Bronx Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. She has editioned more than 10 artist’s books and was art editor for the poetry journal Long News in the Short Century. Her artists books are distributed by Printed Matter in New York. Her work is represented in the Robert Shiffler Collection, as well as many university and museum collections including the Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art (Special Collections), Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, the Boston Museum and the Brooklyn Museum.

For the last 20 years, I have pursued Japanese martial methods and Chinese meditative and healing arts alongside my visual art practice. In 2012, I retired from training Amagakure no Sato Ryu holding a rank of Okuden Kaiden (deeply initiated). I currently teach Universal Tao and TaoZen Qigong, Taiji and Tao meditation, and am studying Healing Qigong. I travel regularly to Asia and Europe to continue my studies of Taiji and Neigong with my main teacher and friends.

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