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Christina McPhee is a conceptual painter working across drawing, canvas-based works, photomontage, and video. Her  refined and intricate line, touching on the poetics of place and seismic memory, extends sensations of desire and spirituality across drawing, painting, and multiples. Museum collection highlights include the Whitney Museum of American Art and the International Center of Photography, New York. Recent institutional shows of her work include Christina McPhee: Regeneration, a solo show of drawings, paintings, and video installation at KinoSaito Art Center in the Hudson Valley (2022). Group exhibitions include Otherwise/Revival at Bridge Projects Los Angeles (2021) (catalog), and Here in a Homemade Forest at WSU Schnitzer Museum, Pullman, Washington (2023-4), as well as the forthcoming Atmospheres of Sound: Sonic Art in Times of Climate Disruption at UCLA for the Getty’s PST ART initiative, “Art |Science Collide” (2024-25). She is a recipient of a MAP Fund for Performance, together with Pamela Z, for their collaborative work, Carbon Song Cycle, a performance for chamber ensemble, voice, and multi-channel video, most recently staged at the Exploratorium, San Francisco (2023).

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