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Emily Bicht

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Emily Bicht
Emily was born in England while her parents were there racing cars. She grew up in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and received a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. After graduation she stayed in Philadelphia for several years showing her work and teaching. During her residence in Philadelphia, she served as a member of the Board of Trustees of Moore College, a member of the Almuni Board of Moore College, and participated in several volunteer and non-profit arts organizations. Since moving to New York in 2002, she exhibits her work on a regular basis in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens, and currently serves on the board of a Queens-based arts organization, QVille. Her current work uses text from and imagery inspired by antique etiquette books, housekeeping guides and cookbooks to explore feminist and personal identity.


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Emily Bicht explores 1950s design and culture by examining housewifery, antique etiquette, housekeeping guides and pin-up girls.
Primarily a painter, Bicht sometimes pulls in housewife paraphernalia as her canvas.


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