Anne Carney Raines born in 1990 in Nashville Tennessee,is a London based artist. Rainesproduces installation work that deals with topics exploring theatre, transitional space,and collective memory as she feeds off her background inscenic painting. She received herBFA in painting from Indiana University, Bloomington in 2014 and her MA in 2021 at the Royal College of Art in London. Raines is a two-time recipient of the ElizabethGreenshields Foundation Grant, as well as the Bloomberg New Contemporaries; she has exhibited in various cities across the United States as well as in London, UK.
Solo exhibitions include Pleasure Zonesat Wilder Gallery, London, UK(2022);A case of Identity, Demo Project Space, Springfield, IL, USA (2015).
Group exhibitions include Uprising, Schloss Görne, Kristin HjellegjerdeGallery, Berlin, Germany (2022);Three’s A CrowdSoho Revue, London, UK (2022); London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK(2021);Between The Acts, Wilder Gallery (2021); Still @live, MAPA FineArt, London, UK (2021).Incubator21 London, UK (2021); New Contemporaries 2021 Firstsite Gallery-Colchester, UK (2021);A Space to Hold The Gaze Liliya Gallery, London, UK (2021); Between The Acts WilderGallery, London, UK (2021); New Contemporaries 2020 South London Gallery-London, UK(2021); Still @live MAPA Fine Art, London, UK (2021);Model Village’, The Swiss Church,London, UK (2020); ‘Snapshot’, Hockney Gallery, London, UK (2020); ‘Paper Doll’, Fido,Nashville , USA (2018); Botanic’, Halcyon Bikes, Nashville , USA (2017 ); ‘Self Spaces’, OpenWall, Chicago , USA. (2016).
Highlights and Collections
Raines’ work can be found in the GovernmentArt Collection. Raines has also been awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant (2020) and the Bloomberg New Contemporaries Award (2020, 2021) as well as the Hine Painting Prize (2021).