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Admin31.08.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Career [ ] Hegarty attended where she completed a degree, the where she obtained a degree, and the School of the , where she obtained a degree.
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Admin10.07.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Art in America May 2013.
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Admin21.07.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Her engagement with American history continued in Alternative Histories at the Brooklyn Museum in 2013, where she created site-specific interventions in the museum's period rooms.
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Admin02.08.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

For a 2010 exhibition at Nicelle Beauchene, her work played off of well-known works by modern artists, , and , with LeWitt box-sculptures that looked torched, a steel-crumpled splatter painting, and a shredded 3-D foamcore and canvas Rothko.
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Admin25.08.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Hegarty has had several solo exhibitions in galleries and public institutions, as well as participated in numerous group exhibitions, has been the recipient of several awards and fellowships,and has work in the permanent collections of the , the , and the.
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Admin27.06.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Art in America September 2010.
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Admin01.08.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

" In Altered States, a 2012 solo exhibition at Marlborough gallery, Hegarty returned to shipwrecks and large scale installations, juxtaposing barnacle-encrusted colonial-era ships and sinking paintings with a charred and torn version of 's iconic portrait of.
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Admin15.06.2021

Valerie Hegarty

For 2014-2015 she was the Andrew W.
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Admin29.07.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

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Admin19.07.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Sutton, Benjamin May 28, 2013.
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Admin02.09.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

Starting in 2016, Valerie Hegarty is now represented by Burning in Water, an art gallery in Chelsea, NY.
Admin19.08.2021

Hiromí (hegr3 art) : u/quintop12

The gallery also produced a of an exhibit-specific discussion with Hegarty and art historian Marisa Kayyem.
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