Adam Stennett (b. Kotzebue, Alaska) creates conceptual works with a distinctly post-9/11 mindset, investigating issues that affect our global society and their ramifications on the American psyche. Known for his exquisite renderings in oil and acrylic, Stennett first delved into sculpture and performance with Survival Shack, an exploration of an artist’s necessities installed at Glenn Horowitz in East Hampton. He has had solo exhibitions at 31 Grand (New York), Scope (London), Glenn Horowitz (East Hampton), and The Gatewood Gallery (Greensboro, NC), as well as been included in group exhibitions at Centro de la Imagen (Mexico City), The Portland Art Museum, and The National Arts Club (New York). Stennett has been published in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Frieze, Art In America, Bomb Magazine, BlackBook, New York Magazine, The New Yorker, Harper’s Magazine, and Esquire. After graduating from Willamette University in 1994, the artist returned in 2014 to give the notable lecture, “Keep Making Art.” Stennett lives and works in Brooklyn.