Thursday 11 February OGR Cult inaugurates the "Cut a rug a round square" exhibition curated by the American artist Jessica Stockholder with works from two important international philanthropic collections: the "la Caixa" Contemporary Art Collection in Barcelona, one of the most prestigious collections of banking origin, and that of the Foundation for Modern and Contemporary Art CRT , whose works are on permanent loan at the Turin museums of GAM - Gallery of Modern Art and Castello di Rivoli, Museum of Contemporary Art.
Jessica Stockholder is included in the group show The Conditions of Being Art: Pat Hearn Gallery & American Fine Arts, Co. (1983-2004) at CCS Bard.
Julian Stanczak and Jessica Stockholder are included in the FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art's first edition titled An American City: Eleven Cultural Exercises, running July 14, 2018 through September 30, 2018.
The Sammlung Goetz celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018 with a three-part exhibition dedicated to artistic creations by women.
Jessica Stockholder presents a new site-specific project, Three square on the riverbank, for the 2018 iteration of Parcours for Art Basel.
Jessica Stockholder is included in the Palmer Museum of Art's group exhibition Plastic Entanglements, which brings together sixty works by thirty contemporary artists to explore the environmental, aesthetic, and technological entanglements of our ongoing love affair with this paradoxical, infinitely malleable substance.
Three works are installed in the library where they exist in and amongst other objects that they are similar to. Each of the works, Sorrow, Keeping Abreast, and Ceded takes as its staring point a generic desktop electronic device.
Jessica Stockholder is included in the Fine Arts Center Gallery's group exhibition Contra.
Jessica Stockholder and Amanda Ross-Ho are included in MOCAD's exhibition titled 99 Cents or Less, curated by Jens Hoffmann, Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator at Large. The large-scale exhibition explores themes of consumption, globalization, labor and income inequality.
Blurring the line between painting and sculpture, Jessica Stockholder mixes found and bought objects with constructed and painted elements to a compelling effect. Although currently based in Chicago, Stockholder has exhibited frequently in various New York galleries, as well museums like the Whitney. Over the course of a 30-year career, she’s become one of the most influential artists of her generation, setting the stage for the hybrid style of sculpture and installation that dominates the art world today. Recently, the artist chatted with Time Out New York to discuss her new gallery show in Chelsea at Mitchell-Innes & Nash featuring, colorful assemblages, drawings and a large-scale, site-specific installation.
RIce University Art Gallery
6100 Main St, Houston, Texas 77005
Talk by former Rice Gallery artist Jessica Stockholder, whose newest public work, Color Jam Houston, is in progress as part of Art Blocks in Main Street Square in Downtown Houston. Co-sponsored by Rice University and Blaffer Art Museum. With introductions by Rice Gallery Director Kim Davenport and Blaffer Art Museum Director Claudia Schmuckli, Stockholder will discuss her current project in conversation with past projects, including her installation at Rice Gallery in 2004, and her 2004 solo exhibition at the University of Houston Blaffer Gallery: Jessica Stockholder, Kissing the Wall: Works, 1988-2003.
Reception to follow.
Everything Jessica Stockholder touches turns to art.
Over the past three decades this has included worn-out couches, an urban intersection, refrigerator doors, a scissors lift, fresh oranges and lemons, a compact car, a mattress, a streetlight, a bathtub, a full-size freezer chest, half-a-dozen wooden dressers and a city park.
In a site-specific Threshold series installation, Jessica Stockholder transforms the Smart’s lobby with a wave of color and texture that climbs to the clerestory, cuts across the floor, and travels outwards into the Museum’s sculpture garden. Rose’s Inclination makes use of ordinary materials—thrift store lamps, paint, Plexiglas, carpet, and even mulch—to “reach up and out” and vibrantly alter the physical experience of the Smart Museum’s modernist architecture.
==#2 Launch @ LA Art Book Fair
Edited by Matt Keegan
Designed by Su Barber
Edition of 500
Thursday, January 29, 6–9 pm
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Thursday Preview Entry, $10
Capricious is pleased to announce the release of ==#2, made first available at the upcoming LA Art Book Fair, January 29th-February 1st, 2015. ==#2 is a non-thematic arts publication contained in a box with a 96-page bound volume featuring artist-to-artist interviews, texts, and transcriptions. Six loose multiples are also included.
IN/SITU provides exhibiting galleries the opportunity to showcase large-scale installations and site-specific works by leading artists during EXPO CHICAGO. Curated by Renaud Proch, Executive Director of Independent Curators International (ICI), the 2014 edition of the program is a reflection on artistic practice in Chicago, and on the intense exchange of ideas that the city generates.
At Navy Pier, IN/SITU is also presented alongside EXPO Projects, organized by EXPO CHICAGO and highlighting works by emerging and established artists.
This year and for the first time, IN/SITU connects to the city beyond its traditional site in Navy Pier. It now extends to IN/SITU Outside, an inaugural program of temporary public art installations situated along the Lakefront and throughout Chicago neighborhoods, presented by EXPO CHICAGO in partnership with Chicago Park District (CPD) and Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE).
Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana presents Jessica Stockholder: trees, an exhibition featuring original silkscreen monoprints created by Stockholder and Lichtenstein as a result of their collaboration on the production of Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 2011. On view from September 14 to October 24, 2014, the exhibition is presented at Gary Lichtenstein Editions, on the second floor of Mana Contemporary.
The first edition of C.Ar.D. – “Contemporary Art and Design” – inaugurates a series of exhibitions, installations and events by artists, photographers and designers in the hills around Piacenza from 12 September to 12 October 2014.
New York, March 17, 2014 — The American Academy of Arts and Letters announced today the eleven artists who will receive its 2014 awards in art. The awards will be presented in New York City in May at the Academy’s annual Ceremonial. The art prizes, totaling $112,500, honor both established and emerging artists. The award winners were chosen from a group of 37 artists who had been invited to participate in the Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts, which opened on March 6, 2014. The Exhibition continues through April 12, 2014, and features over 120 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper. The members of this year’s award committee were: Lynda Benglis, Varujan Boghosian, Eric Fischl (Chairman), Yvonne Jacquette, Catherine Murphy, Philip Pearlstein, Judy Pfaff, Paul Resika, Dorothea Rockburne, and Terry Winters.
From November 9, 2013 through March 2, 2014, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley, an exhibition sited throughout the downtown commercial core of Los Altos, a town located in the heart of Silicon Valley. Project Los Altos will be on view at indoor and outdoor locations—ranging from commercial spaces to a public intersection—and include existing artworks as well as newly commissioned, site-responsive projects. Featured artists include Jeremy Blake, Spencer Finch, Charles Garoian, Christian Jankowski, Chris Johanson, Mike Mills, Kateřina Šedá, Alec Soth, and Jessica Stockholder.
PAINT THINGS navigates the recent direction of contemporary artists to expand painting beyond the stretcher into sculptural forms. This group exhibition focuses on the growing spatial and material freedom in painting as it merges with installation and sculpture.
Jessica Stockholder's exhibition "Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood", initially realized at the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, CT, is traveling to the Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Architecture in Nantes, France. The exhibition will open on June 15th, 2012, and remain on view until September 2. For more information, please visit the website for the Frac des Pays de la Loire.
Commissioned by Chicago Loop Alliance, renowned artist Jessica Stockholder has begun saturating building façades, sidewalks, and crosswalks in bold colors in what will be the summer’s largest art installation. “Color Jam” – the third public artwork in the Art Loop series – is coming to the intersection of State & Adams on June 5. It will be on display through September, and will feature a series of public programs, taking the form of concerts, talks, happenings, and virtual interactions throughout the Loop. Walk a live stream of the installation site, or the "Jam Cam", from the link to the left.
In her solo project Hollow places court in Ash-Tree Wood, Jessica Stockholder has made several works from the wood of a 125-year-old ash tree that formerly grew in the Aldrich’s sculpture garden. The exhibition includes several discrete sculptural works within a site-responsive installation. The major elements in the exhibition are two large freestanding sculptures that resemble folding screens. Fabricated from boards cut from the wood of the tree, they were conceived by Stockholder as static armatures that she will activate with various types of paint, from auto lacquer to acrylic, visually suggesting walls (or a gallery) filled with pictures. The forms represented reference eyes (among other things), mirroring the viewer’s gaze and suggesting both the accumulated experience of the tree and the fleeting experience of the viewer.
Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis presents an exhibition of recent sculpture by Jessica Stockholder. The exhibition, which opens February 12, features eleven sculptures full of quirks and unexpected materials. Stockholder’s work engages elements of painting, sculpture and architecture with objects more commonly found in backyards and living rooms. Her playful nature is reflected in the name of the exhibition, Grab grassy this moment your I’s. The title offers an abstract grammatical puzzle emblematic of her work that strives to change how we see common objects and materials. The exhibition includes Stockholder’s work, Flooded Chambers Maid, 2009-10, installed in Laumeier’s Children’s Sculpture Garden in October 2010. The long-term loan was commissioned by the Madison Square Park Conservancy, was previously exhibited in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park. The work will provide a platform for future performances, readings and children’s programs.
Jessica Stockholder Peer out to See July 14, 2010 – February, 2011 Parque del Buen Retiro, Palacio de Cristal
Jessica Stockholder's first museum exhibition in Spain will take open July 14 at the Palacio de Cristal of the Reina Sofia Museum.
The Jewel Thief will combine works by over fifty contemporary artists with eccentric arrangements to explore new ways to think about and experience abstract art. Through experiments with scale, color, material, and space, the exhibition will create an immersive environment that raises questions about art and display and enables fresh takes on the specific works.
New Sparkle for an Abstract Ensemble By HOLLAND COTTER SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — In the echo chamber that is the New York art world, where one voice can give the illusion of being many, the crusading cry of late is “We need more painting!” As if there were a dearth. Is there? Walk through any of the city’s art museums, and what do see? Paintings everywhere. Visit contemporary galleries all over town, and what do you find? They’re painting packed. But still the cry goes on.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Jessica Stockholder in Embrace! at the Denver Art Museum, on view through April 4, 2010. Stockholder's installation "Wide Eyes Smeared Here Dear " is on view within the architecture of the Frederic C. Hamilton building.
FLOODED CHAMBERS MAID
MAY 1 - AUGUST 15, 2009 The Madison Square Park Conservancy continues its 2009 season of Mad. Sq. Art with Flooded Chambers Maid, a site-specific multimedia installation on and around Madison Square Park's Oval Lawn by genre-bending sculptor, painter and installation artist Jessica Stockholder.
EXHIBITION PRESS RELEASE JESSICA STOCKHOLDER: OF STANDING FLOAT ROOTS IN THIN AIR February 2, 2006 through May 1, 2006 P.S.1 Opening Day Celebration: February 26, 2006 from noon to 6 (Long Island City, New York – January 20, 2006) P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present a new solo project by Jessica Stockholder, her second presentation at the museum.