ABOUT MARY ANNA POMONIS
Mary Anna Pomonis is a Los Angeles based artist. In 2020, Pomonis will have two solo shows at LADIES’ ROOM LOS ANGELES and the Lancaster Museum of Art and History. Pomonis has shown at galleries and institutions including the Western Carolina University Museum of Fine Arts, Cullowhee; the Torrance Art Museum; the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum, St Louis; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; PØST, Los Angeles; Annie Wharton, Los Angeles; Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Miami; Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles; Space B Gallery, New York; and I-space Gallery, Chicago. Her artwork and projects have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Huffington Post, Artillery Magazine, Art Forum, Frieze, Hyperallergic, National Public Radio, Whitehot Magazine, Yale University Radio and Artweek. Additionally, her curatorial projects and essays have been featured at commercial and institutional galleries, such as the Vincent Price Art Museum, The Whittier College Greenleaf Gallery, PØST, Peter Miller Gallery, and Circus Gallery.
In 2015, Pomonis and professor Annie Buckley of San Diego State University launched the website www.radicalactions.com , focused on publishing writings and projects of teaching and social practice artists. Pomonis is also the founder of the Association of Hysteric Curators , a collective focused on advancing the lives of feminist artists. In addition to her solo career, she is currently collaborating with photographer Allison Stewart on the project Resurrecting Matilda . She is currently an Assistant Professor of Art Education at California State University Fullerton.