28 April 2021

Bildhauerei »Visiting Artist« guest lectures: Jordan Wolfson

18:00 Uhr
Jordan wolfon  female figure  2014  photography by jonathan smith  image courtesy of jordan wolfson  david zwirner  new york

Jordan Wolfon, Female Figure, 2014, 

Photography by Jonathan Smith, Image courtesy of Jordan Wolfson, David Zwirner, New York

Jordan Wolfson is an internationally recognised American artist living and working in New York City and Los Angeles. His work is known for investigating violence, sexism, antisemitism, and racism in popular culture, using video and film, sculptural installation, and virtual reality.

His work has been exhibited at numerous institutions and galleries such as The Whitney Museum, Stedlejik Museum, Kunsthalle Wien, Serpentine Gallery in London, David Zwirner gallery in NYC, Sadie Coles HQ in London, and the Moderna Museet in Stockholm.

His works are in the permanent collections of MOCA, Chicago, Museum Ludwig Cologne, Whitney Museum, Stedlejik Museum, amongst others.

He was the recipient of the Cartier prize in 2009

For further information on Jordan Wolfson’s work, please review the following information:

The Sculpture department is taking the opportunity to invite artists to present “visiting artist” lectures via video conference. The lectures and Q&A take place on Monday evenings from 18hr-20hr.

April 28, 2021, 6 pm