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Bronwyn Roe is an artist and art writer in New York City. She received her master’s degree in Art History from Hunter College, where she wrote her thesis on the works of Antoine Watteau, re-examining his paintings through the lens of early eighteenth-century bourgeois consumer culture. With a background in Sociology and political activism, her writings focus on examining the intersection of art, politics, and society. Her artwork has been featured most notably in the Tribeca Cinemas 2008 New York Arab & South Asian Film Festival, the 400th Anniversary of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences at the Vatican, the Pollock Krasner House as part of a panel presentation along side Laurie Anderson entitled “Unmasking the Muse: Inspiration in the Arts,” and the Montauk Lighthouse.

Interview with Gamma Mama Magazine