Deanna Sirlin

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Deanna Sirlin is an Atlanta Artist. Her large-scale, site-specific, installations such as "Retracings"[1999] which are based on her paintings was first created for the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and then acquired in 2000 for the High Museum's permanent collection. This work is installed on 165 windows on the front of the Richard Meier designed Museum was recently on view in 2005. Ms. Sirlin has been commissioned to create a large-scale installations for the Triennial Exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art .The work "33 and a 1/3 RPM " was reviewed and reproduced in "Art in America" . Ms. Sirlin's installation "Vanishing Point" or "Punto di Fuga" was commissioned by the Department of Law of the Universita Ca' Foscari Venezia (University of Venice, Italy) concurrent with the Venice Biennale [2001]. This installation, her first major exhibition in Europe has become part of Ca Focari's permanent collection and is permanently on display. Her other installations and public works include" Flux " for the Georgia Museum of Art , "Fountain Mix" in Woodruff Park in Atlanta as a commissioned work as part of "Atlanta Celebrates Photography" and "Looking Forward, Looking Back" a permanent work that was commissioned by Fulton County for Spruill Oaks Regional Library in Alpharetta, GA. During the 1996 Olympics, Sirlin was commissioned to exhibit a work created for Georgia Tech's light board which was seen from the Olympic Village from the interstate where I- 75 and I- 85 connect. Corporate commissions include works at One Live Oak, Atlanta.