"Strawberry Ravioli" by Enne Tesse


Fabric, Fiberfill, Vinyl || 10x10" (framed) || 2020

Enne Tesse, aka Antonella Piemontese, is an Italy born American artist working in a variety of two- and three-dimensional art media. She has exhibited her work in museums and galleries in the US and Japan.

She is the recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, the Arts Mid-Hudson Individual Artist Commission Grant and the Arts Mid-Hudson Under-Recognized Artist Award. Recent exhibitions include Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, VT; Collar Works, Troy, NY; Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz; Arts Mid-Hudson Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY; Kingston Sculpture Biennial, NY; Rutgers University Paul Robeson Galleries, Newark, NJ; New Britain Museum of American Art, CT; Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT. Other exhibitions include MoMA/PS1; MOCA Cleveland, OH; University of California Art Museum, Santa Barbara; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT; Julian Pretto Gallery, NYC; Littlejohn Contemporary, NYC; Minus Space, Brooklyn; Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; MOMAK, Kyoto, Japan; MOT, Tokyo, Japan. Exhibition catalogs include Visions of the Body: Fashion or Invisible Corset by Museum of Modern Art Kyoto and Kyoto Costume Institute, Japan; Knowledge: Aspects of Conceptual Art by Frances Colpitt and Phyllis Plous; The Undesirables at Paul Robeson Galleries by Anonda Bell and Caren King Choi. She holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, NY and BFA from SUNY College at Purchase. Collections include Museum of Modern Art Kyoto, Japan; Kyoto Costume Institute, Japan; Sol LeWitt Collection.

She lives in Beacon, NY. Interview in "ARTiculAction Meets Enne Tesse", ARTiculAction Art Review 2022, https://issuu.com/articulaction/docs/bien.ed.22.v1/22

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