Margaret Lanzetta is a New York-based artist using abstract, culturally significant pattern to explore larger issues of language, political power, spirituality, and migration. Lanzetta’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum, Bangkok, Thailand. Further exhibitions include the Queens Museum Biennial, Kenise Barnes Fine Art; Elizabeth Heskin Gallery and Main Window all in New York. International exhibitions include the Kochi-Muziris Biennale Collateral Projects, India; 2nd Bloom, Singapore; Famous Ornament, Tokyo; Reign Marks, Rabat, Morocco; Rome, ATP Gallery, London; and the Stockholm Independent Art Fair. Awards include three Fulbright Fellowships to India/Singapore/Thailand, 2016-19, to India /Syria, 2007-8, and to Germany 1980; three residencies at the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation; the British Academy in Rome; Greenwich House Pottery; Dieu Donné Papermill; and a permanent Art Commission for the New York subway. Lanzetta received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her works are held in numerous collections including the Museum of Modern Art, NY; the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Yale University Museum; and the Harvard Museums. Her work has been covered in The Hindu National, the Kerala Review, the New Indian Express, the New York Times, the Brooklyn Rail, ArtCritical.com, Two Coats of Paint, etc. Lanzetta divides her studio time between New York and various international studios.