Mary Brogger is an internationally recognized artist whose diverse practice includes sculpture, site-responsive installation, and photography, as well as art direction, fashion, jewelry, furniture, and light fixture design. Brogger's knowledge of the history of art and design, along with her refined and accomplished use of materials, provide the visual richness, technical agility, and conceptual cohesion that characterize her practice. Until relocating her studio to Los Angeles in 2009, Brogger served as an instructor in the Sculpture and the Fiber and Materials Studies Departments at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a recipient of distinguished awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Illinois Arts Council and has been nominated for awards and fellowships from the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, and Anonymous Was a Woman. Brogger's work has been exhibited internationally and is held in many distinguished private and public collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

"Stream" Installation
 Park Hyatt - Front Desk
 Chicago, Il

"Untitled" Steel Curtains
 Rezac Gallery
 Chicago, Il

 Performance/ Fashion Design  Open End Gallery
 Chicago, Il

"The Center is Anywhere"
 Museum of Contemporary Art
 Chicago Il
 Artwork from the
 permanent collection

 Dechert Law Offices
 Corporate Collection
 Philadelphia, Pa

"Haymarket Memorial"
 Public Art
 Chicago Il

Steel chair sculptures

"Consuming War"
 Hyde Park Art Center

"Gateway Enhancement"
 Chicago - O'hare Int. Airport
 Art Consultant

"Tombstone of the Self"
 Museum of Contemporary Art
 Chicago Il

Folding Wooden Seat

"Untitled (Persian Rug)"
 The Foreign Policy Show
 Chicago, IL

 Via Farini Gallery
 Milan, Italy

Art Production and Direction
 Mixed Media Replications
 For Artist Tony Tasset

Fashion Design
 Appeared in French Elle &
 Marie Claire magazines

Light Fixtures
Fortunado Restaurant, Wishbone Restaurant, Zinfandel Chicago, Residential

Decorative Arts
Dimensions Vary

Twisted Wire Light Fixtures

Salt Mountain

Pacific Exhibit
Huan Gulf miniature diarama
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

"Fast But Slow"
Original pattern design
for steel curtain
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
New York, Columbus Circle