Alexandra Grant (b. 1973, Fairview Park, Ohio) received her BA from Swarthmore College and her MFA from California College of the Arts. Recent solo exhibitions of her work include ghost town at Galería Marco Augusto Quiroa en Casa Santo Domingo in Antigua, Guatemala; Shadows at Ochi Gallery in Sun Valley, Idaho and at ACME in Los Angeles; and Century of the Self at Lora Reynolds Gallery in Austin, Texas. Recent group exhibitions of her work include L.A. Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists at Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Alexandra Grant and Steve Roden: These Carnations Defy Language at Pasadena Museum of California Art; and Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art at the Broad Museum at Michigan State University. The artist is a recipient of the COLA 2015 Individual Artists’ Fellowship, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a California Community Foundation Artist Grant, and a Drufee Foundation ARC Grant for her work in Double-Take: The Poetics of Illusion and Light at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore. Her work has been featured and reviewed in Zeit Magazin, The Offing Magazine, the LA Times, White Hot Magazine of Contemporary Art, New American Paintings, and December Magazine, among many others. Alexandra Grant lives and works in Los Angeles.