Silkscreen on 320gr Coventry Rag Paper; Unique; 38x33 inches; 2011; Published by Gary Lichtenstein Editions
Jessica Stockholder is a sculptor whose installation exhibits have made an impact on the art world by blending painting, sculpture, and the display environment into a single piece of artwork. She is considered to be a pioneer in the installation art movement, a movement that blends consumer and household items with traditional art elements. The artist uses the site as a base for her work, building onto it to complete her installation. Stockholder's work has been widely exhibited all over the world. It's been seen at the Dia Center for the Arts in New York, SITE in Santa Fe, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, among other locations. Some of her best-known works include Peer Out to See, produced in 2010, and Growing Rock Candy Mountain-Grasses in Canned Sand, created in 1992. She is represented by Michell-Innes & Nash in New York, 1301PE in Los Angeles, Barbara Edwards Contemporary in Toronto, Carreras Mugica in Bilbao, Max Estrella Galeria de Arte Madrid, Galerie Nachst St Stephan in Vienna, Galerie Nathalie Obadia in Paris, and Galleriea Raffaella Cortese in Italy.