MFA, Integrated Practices
Hannah Celli (b. 1994 in New York, NY) is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Working primarily in sculpture, Celli draws on personal history, mythology, and anatomy, to explore embodiment as a response to trauma. Hannah has had a solo exhibition at Duplex in New York City, and her work has shown at group exhibitions at Jack Hanley Gallery, Marinaro Gallery, as well as at BravinLee Programs, Super Dutchess Gallery and PLAySPACE at UC Berkeley. As an educator, Celli has collaborated with incarcerated people at Grafton Prison in Ohio; and with court-involved youth at Recess Assembly. Her writing about art as social practice has been published in stop.gap journal, The American Middle Class Encyclopedia, and the New York Times. Celli holds an MFA from Pratt Institute and a BA from Kenyon College.
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