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149 Willow Street: Studio 5C Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Susan Kaprov was born in NYC and has lived and worked in Brooklyn NY since the mid-1980ís. She attended CUNY, receiving a BS degree in biology, and did post-graduate study in studio art at Dartmouth College and N.Y.U. She has completed major public art projects for Harvard University Medical School, the New York Law School, the Polytechnic Institute of N.Y.U., NASA, and the Port Authority of NY & NJ., among others. Her artwork is represented in the permanent collections of leading museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art NY, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Kaprov is currently on the faculty of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at N.Y.U. When not in the studio, she can be seen cycling with friends on the many scenic bike paths in and around the city.

My Artist Statement

As an artist, I am a stylistic and conceptual explorer, gravitating toward experimentation and risk-taking and avoiding allegiances to genres and labels of any kind. I create by giving myself "assignments" or self-imposed themes that I explore in depth.
Often, though not always, my work functions on the boundary between the abstract and the figurative, retaining some pictographic reference to both.
My approach is intentional, balanced by a deliberate playfulness that renders the whole thing vivifying, hopefully bringing the act of seeing back into the realm of pure pleasure.


My approach is intentional, balanced by a deliberate playfulness that renders the whole thing vivifying, hopefully bringing the act of seeing back into the realm of pure pleasure.

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I am located in Brooklyn, NY.

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