New work by artists Sean Donovan, Vladislav Markov, Jonathan Mildenberg will be on view at Cornell University
25 November through 21 December 2018
Sean Donovan (American, b. 1987) lives, works in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore (2010), and a MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York (2016). Recent exhibitions include Gateway, M23, New York (2017); Public, Private, Secret (collaboration with David Reinfurt) at International Center of Photography (ICP), New York (2016-17); and Tuesday, the 17th at AC Institute, New York (2017). Donovan will be included in upcoming exhibitions in Montreal, Vienna, and at M23, New York.
Vladislav Markov (Russian, b. 1993) lives, works in New York City. He holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design (2016), and is an MFA candidate at Cornell University (2019). His work has been included in the exhibition Brian Dario, Liza Lacroix, Vladislav Markov, M23, New York (2018), and has been exhibited at Lily Brooke Gallery, London (2017); Project Fabrika, Moscow (2016); and at the Cornell University MFA exhibition Big Snack, Signal, Brooklyn, NY (2018). In August 2018, Markov participated in Harvard University’s visiting artists program as guest lecturer.
Jonathan Mildenberg (American, b. 1981) is a multidisciplinary artist from Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art (2003) and an MFA from Yale University School of Art (2015). He was the 2015 nominee for sculpture from Yale University for the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship and was awarded a fellowship in 2016 in the category of Architecture/Design/Environmental Structures from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Solo exhibitions include I.N.C.H, M23, New York (2018); Here, Tyrant Death/Look Backwards, Idiot at Treasure Town, Brooklyn (2016); and The Transition of Power at Meyohas, New York (2017). Recent group shows include True Love at Dread Lounge, Los Angeles, YM21 at Yeah Maybe, Minneapolis, MN and Wet Eyes at Meyohas.
Donovan, Markov, Mildenberg at Cornell University
Video by Anna Panova