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Aneta Bartos



Aneta Bartos was born in Poland and moved to New York City where she attended The School of Visual Arts.

Exhibitions featuring Bartos’ work include: NSFW: Female Gaze at the Museum of Sex in New York City (2017); Family Portrait at Postmasters Gallery in New York City (2017); Family Values at Calvert 22 in London curated by Kate Bush (2018); Pairs at Pace/ MacGill Gallery in New York City (2018); Masculinities: Liberation through Photography at the Barbican Centre in London, UK, Martin Gropiu-Bau in Berlin, Germany (2020) and Recontres d’Arles (2021); Give and Give at Franklin Rosen Museum in San Juan, Argentina (2021), among others. Aneta Bartos’ work has been featured in Art Forum, Art in America, Modern Painters, Brooklyn Rail, British Journal of Photography, Foam, Photograph Magazine, New York Magazine, Elephant, Italian Vogue, W Magazine, Interview Magazine, New York Magazine, Time Magazine, Vice Magazine, Libération, Artinfo, and Hyperalleric, among others.

Bartos is a recipient of the Pollock Krasner Award (2017) and New York Foundation for the Arts Grant (2019)


Aneta Bartos gallery exhibitions & projects