Michael Prebich's BIO
Michael Pribich is a multidisciplinary artist living in New York City with artist Esperanza Cortés. He was born and raised in Northern California. He is interested in the artist's role in advancing ideas that lead to continual growth and change. His work uses labor to address themes of displacement and migration in both a rural and urban settings. He explores the idea that labor can be viewed as cultural production, resulting in an expanded social space. He has participated in exhibitions and artist residencies throughout the USA, Mexico, Central Asia, and India. In 2022 his one person exhibition The Shape Of Things To Come at Jadite Gallery, NYC included drawings and sculpture. He recently completed a 2021 summer
residency with the Nars Foundation in Brooklyn. NY. Recent Projects include the exhibition Backstitch at Verge Center for the Arts, as part of the Ali Youssefi Residency in Sacramento. He has completed public art projects with the Public Works Departments in Sacramento and Woodland, California. He has received a Pollock Krasner Award, and a Fulbright Award recommendation.