Antone Dolezal is a visual artist whose body of work employs photography, video, sound, archival materials and bookmaking to survey the cultural and political dynamics of American history, folklore and mythology.
His work has been exhibited widely and is held in notable public collections including the Museum of Contemporary Photography; New Mexico Museum of Art; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Whitney Museum of American Art – Special Collections and Yale University’s Collection of Western Americana.
Antone is the author of several books including Devil’s Promenade (Overlapse, 2021), co-authored with long-time collaborator Lara Shipley.
Antone is a recipient of the Syracuse University Visual & Performing Arts Fellowship, Snider Acquisition Prize (MoCP), Puffin Foundation Artist Grant and Gomma Grant.
His work has appeared in many anthologies and has been reviewed and profiled with the British Journal of Photography; El Pais; GEO; Liberation News; Leica Magazine; National Public Radio; The New Yorker; Smithsonian Magazine and VOGUE Italia.