Anne Thompson is an artist whose practice includes writing and curating. She is the founder of the I-70 Sign Show, a public-art project that started on Missouri interstate billboards. Previous awards include fellowships at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, at the University of Missouri, and the Women’s Studio Workshop, in Rosendale, NY, as well as a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) grant to research color theory at the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin. Her work is in public collections including the Yale Art Gallery, the New York Public Library, the Harvard Fine Arts Library, and the Library of Congress. Before receiving her MFA (Yale 2002), Thompson was a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press. She currently lives in Columbia, Missouri, with her husband and daughter.
Essay by Anne Thompson coming soon.