Andrea Carlson

Andrea Carlson (Ojibwe, born in 1979; lives in Chicago, USA) is a visual artist and writer currently living on unceded Potawatomi land in Chicago. Andrea’s paintings and drawings often depict shorescapes that the artist populates with images that are allegories of consumption, possession and display, while her temporary, outdoor artworks often address ideas of land and belonging. Her work is collected in institutions such as the Whitney Museum, New York; the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis; and the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.