Anne Appleby’s solo exhibition “A Hymn for the Mother” is on view at Parrasch Heijnen (Los Angeles, CA) from February 15 – April 2, 2022. This show is an expansion of Appleby’s recent exhibition at the Missoula Art Museum (Missoula, MT), and it incorporates all facets of Appleby’s oeuvre, including painting, video, sculpture, and photography. Artforum has listed “A Hymn for the Mother” as a Must See exhibition.
Anne Appleby’s work Pipe Organ Rock (2020) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.
Anne Appleby’s solo exhibition, “Hymn for the Mother,” curated by Brandon Reintjes, is on view from August 6 – December 30, 2021 at the Missoula Art Museum (Missoula, MT). A catalogue, Hymn, was published to accompany the exhibition.
The Missoula Art Museum (MT) has published a catalogue titled Hymn to accompany Anne Appleby’s recent exhibition “A Hymn for the Mother,” inclusive of texts by author and curator Grace Kook-Anderson, critics Tyler Green and John Yau, and curator Brandon Reintjes.
This catalogue is available through the Museum.
A solo exhibition of prints and paintings from Here We Are Now: Works by Anne Appleby is on view at The Helen E. Copeland Gallery at Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) from August 19 – October 18, 2019.
The exhibition inspects flora and trees indigenous to Montana. The work is inspired in part by Appleby’s experiences studying nature during an apprenticeship with a Chippewa elder. “During this apprenticeship, she not only grasped nature, but in some ways, became that nature, and transposed the quintessence and marrow of it to the canvas for her attentive viewers.” The showcase quietly envelopes the viewer into the subtle permanence of our natural world.