Siegel’s visionary work with light and perception has been exhibited internationally at Nuova Icona in Venice, Italy, The Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv, Muzeum Stzuki in Lodz, Poland, and IX International Biennial of Cuenca, Ecuador, where she represented the United States. In New York City her work was recently included in “Slash” at the Museum of Art and Design and “Extravagant Drawing” at Dorsky Curatorial Projects, Heller Workspace and Thatcher Projects. In Los Angeles she has exhibited at ACME, LA Louver, Otis, Roberts and Tilton, The Pasadena Armory, Long Beach Museum of Art and Laguna Art Museum.
Fran Siegel has received fellowships from The Getty California Community Foundation, The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (C.O.L.A.), The American Academy in Rome and The Bogliasco Foundation in Genoa, Italy.
Siegel earned her M.F.A. from Yale University School of Art, and a B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art. She is currently a Professor of Art at California State University Long Beach.
Published reviews of her work include Art in America, Art News, Asian Art News, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Art New England, ArtWeek, Arts, and Sculpture Magazines. A featured article on her work was recently in July 24th’s LA Times.