Leah Raintree, Arts Center Residency 2019


Leah Raintree is a Brooklyn-based artist raised in rural Virginia. Her practice focuses on the human relationship to Earth, engaging questions at the intersection of art, ecology, and human activity. She works across drawing, sculpture, and photography to distill correlations between human and geologic scales.
Her group exhibitions include How to Flatten a Mountain, PhotoIreland Foundation, Dublin, Ireland, 2018; EAF15, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY, 2015; and Pier 54, High Line Art, New York, NY, 2014.
Her solo exhibition includes Another Land: After Noguchi, The Noguchi Museum, Queens, NY, 2016-17
Leah is a recipient of:
Artist-in-Residence, The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada, 2019 & 2012
Artist-in-Residence, Process Space and Workspace, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 2014 & 2012
Emergency Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Arts New York, NY, 2016

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Leah Raintree, Rockaway, Archival Pigment Print