Alicia Link

Alicia Link


BSR Contributor Since February 4, 2020

Alicia Link (she/her pronouns) is an artist and adjunct professor at Tyler School of Art + Architecture.

Alicia Link (b. New Jersey) is a visual artist based in Philadelphia. She received her MFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin and her BFA in Painting from Boston University. Link’s work offers a type of expanded painting that manifests itself across disciplines. Her work features characters and narratives that invite empathy while serving as proxies for anxiety and personal desire. She has exhibited work in Boston, Austin, and Brooklyn. In 2019, Link was awarded a Capacity Building Award from the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division which allowed her to attend a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.

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A proxy for the body and our relationship to rituals: Shona McAndrew’s 2016 ‘Sofia,' in papier-mâché, aluminum, fabric, and acrylic. (Image courtesy of the artist.)

The Galleries at Moore present ‘Emerging Philadelphia’

Voyeurs, viewers, buyers

The Galleries at Moore present ‘Emerging Philadelphia,’ made up of three conceptually and materially distinct solo exhibitions by local artists Shona McAndrew, Matt A. Osborn, and Stacey Lee Webber. Alicia Link reviews.
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Puno sits in a hexagonal structure, soft with fabrics, pillows, etc., holding a large polygonal shape

Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Risa Puno: Group Hug

The gamification of care work

In her first museum solo exhibition, Risa Puno creates a multimedia installation that gamifies care work while thoughtfully weaving in details about her cultural identity, personal history, and family dynamics. Alicia Link previews.
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