Available Works

Biography

Alanna Fields (b.1990, USA) is an American artist whose practice deals with methods of collage and image making, exploring the complexities of navigating selfhood through the intersections of race, sexuality, gender and class. Within her work, she manipulate methods of visibility and invisibility as a means to deconstruct the historical suppression of these narratives. By utilising archive and found images, Alanna aims to reconstruct the way in which we process images of the past. Alanna lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Education

MFA, Pratt Institute, 2015-2019

BA, Trinity Washington University, 2011-2015

Press

2018, Alanna Fields The Gordon Parks Foundation Scholarship, Gordon Parks Foundation

2019, Announcing the 2020 Light Work Artists-in-Residence, Light Work

2019, Curator Carmen Hermo Shares Her Favorite Works from UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach, Art Space

2019, AIl The Galleries Save Their Best For Miami Art Week, Miami Herald

Exhibitions

2019, A Celebration of Black LGBTQ+ Art, Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts​,​ ​New York, USA (Solo)
2019, ​As We Were, Pratt Institute Steuben Gallery​,​ ​New York, USA (Solo)
2019, Encounter, ​Mom’s Gallery​, New York, USA (Group)
2019​, All In, Pratt Institute Manhattan Gallery​, New York, USA (Group)
2018, Mythology Assembled Dispelled, ​Pratt Institute Steuben Gallery, ​New York, USA (Group)
2017, This Hair Deserves a March, Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Centre​, North Brentwood, USA