Eve Biddle is an artist passionate about public art and its powerful effect on community. Working with her husband Joshua Frankel as Biddle/Frankel, she has received commissions for public art works from the Philadelphia Mural Arts, the Indianapolis Arts Council, North Brooklyn Public Arts Council, NYCares and Local Projects at the legendary 5Pointz in Queens, NY. Thus far, they have created over 16,000 square feet of public murals across the country, to which TimeOut NY says “make a beeline”. Their car was dubbed “Coolest Car Ever” by Steak-Enthusiast.com.
Eve is also a Founding Co-Executive Director of the Wassaic Project, with Bowie Zunino and Jeff Barnett-Winsby. The Wassaic Project is an incubator for emerging artists located in the historic hamlet of Wassaic, NY, with programming including from May to October that include an exhibition, a Summer Festival, and Education programs for children of all ages. The Wassaic Project are committed to exceptional artwork, strengthening social and cultural capital in the local community, and providing access to great contemporary art to all who are interested. The Co-Executive Directors have curated performance at MASS MoCA, and spoken on panels at Storm King, Open Engagement, The Aldrich Museum, Columbia University, and Preservation’s Studio-X. They have served as visiting artists and guest lecturers at Columbia University, Bard College, The City College of New York, Parsons The New School for Design, and School of Visual Arts. The Wassaic Project has received praise from The New York Times, Art Forum, Nylon, and Art F City, among others.
Eve’s studio practice spans works on paper and ceramic and cast metal sculpture. Her collaborative work with Bowie Zunino as Bowie + Eve focuses on points of personal contact with illness and the medical industry and draws on history, social context, and compulsion. Eve’s work has been shown at the Queens Museum of Art, Davidson Contemporary, Aferro Gallery, and A.I.R. Gallery, among others.