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Adam Milner

Visiting Instructor


Adam Milner is an artist and writer in Brooklyn, New York. Milner’s practice centers the accumulation and preservation of everyday leftovers. Culled from the processes of living, intimate fragments are contemplated and recontextualized, taking form as sculpture, drawing, intervention, text, and image. As parts are combined and reconfigured, archives or assemblages emerge that offer new ways of considering material and social worlds.

Exhibitions have been created independently as well as with The Warhol, MCA Denver, Aspen Art Museum, Casa Maauad, Galería Mascota, Olympia, David B. Smith Gallery, Black Cube Nomadic Museum, and others. Milner received a BFA from the University of Colorado, an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University, and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Recently, Art21 highlighted the artist’s practice in the film Adam Milner Takes Care of the Details.