Blane De St. Croix’s work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally in venues that include F.A.R @ ASU (Future Arts Research), Phoenix, AZ; Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, Baltimore. MD; Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY; Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA; DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA; Institute for Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, FL; Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO; Wave Hill, Bronx, NY; Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL; Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY and others.
De St. Croix has been awarded numerous awards, fellowships and residencies including: The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; The West Prize, West Collection; The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors; The Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant; Massachusetts College of Art Alumni Award for Outstanding Creative Accomplishment; a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture; John Michael Kohler Arts Center Foundry Artist Residency; Gasworks Artist Studio Residency, London; Tyrone Gutherie Center Residency, Ireland; MacDowell Colony Fellowship; Art Omi Artist Residency; Artist in Residence, Abrons Art Center, NYC; The Art and Law Residency, NYC; the Artist Alliance Studio Program, NYC and Special Editions Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, NYC.
De St Croix’s work was the feature cover story of Sculpture Magazine in December 2011; additionally, selected reviews include New York Magazine, ABC NEWS, Art Net, Park Magazine, Boston Globe, and others.
My recent body of work explores the geopolitical landscape through drawing and
sculptural installation. I conduct extensive research for each project -- through on
the ground site visits, aerial flyovers, photographic documentation, interviews,
and satellite imagery. Employing a combination of natural and industrial
materials, my interest lies in articulating humankind's desire to take command
over the earth, revealing distinct conflicts with ecology, politics and ourselves in
large-scale installations that utilize architectural space in a distinct, powerful and