Anita Glesta’s work has been installed in public spaces as well as galleries, museums, and non-profit spaces in New York and internationally. Glesta has been a recipient of numerous grants and awards for her installations.
As an artist in the public Glesta has worked on several large-scale international projects. Among these projects is a permanent outdoor integrated landscape sculpture for the Federal Census Bureau Building in Washington DC commissioned by the General Services Administration Art and Architecture program and completed in 2010.
Her multi-channel video installation “Cycle Interrupted”, was shown as part of ARTPORT_(Re-) Cycles of Paradise at the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in 2009 and the COP16 celebrated in Cancun, Mexico in 2010
Her recent solo exhibition GERNIKA/GUERNICA was at the Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow in 2012