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Nicole Eisenman (born 1965) is an American artist who is known primarily for her paintings. Eisenman was a professor at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson from 2003 to 2009. She has been awarded the Guggenheim fellowship (1996), the Carnegie Prize (2013), and has twice been included in the Whitney Biennial (1995, 2012)
Nicole Eisenman, right, and Grace Dunham at Ms. Eisenman’s studio in Brooklyn .
Nicole Eisenman, right, and Grace Dunham at Ms. Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times. Put another way, she’s Kafka with a paintbrush, mindful of the nightmares of history and partial to somber, social-realist colors (muddy browns and greens) that hark back to Depression-era art. It is perhaps relevant that her German-Jewish grandparents fled their homeland in 1937, refugees of the Holocaust. Ms. Eisenman’s awareness of the European past is matched by her attention to the politics of the American present.
The Way We Weren't displayed a new series of paintings by Nicole Eisenman that explored perceptive social critique, portraying melancholic figures filling streets and alleyways, beer gardens and shrink's offices. Published by Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery. ISBN 10: 0982148607 ISBN 13: 9780982148600.
The Way We Weren't displayed a new series of paintings by Nicole Eisenman that explored perceptive social critique. Pages are clean and crisp. 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Nicole Eisenman (born 1965 in Verdun, France) is an American artist who is known primarily for her paintings. Nicole Eisenman: The Way We Weren't (Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, 2010). She has been awarded the Guggenheim fellowship (1996), the Carnegie Prize (2013), and has twice been included in the Whitney Biennial (1995, 2012). On September 29th, 2015 she won the "Genius Grant" award for "restoring the representation of the human form. Nicole Eisenman ed. Beatrix Ruf (JRP-Ringier, 2011).
Nicole Eisenman, Dark Light, Ausstellungsansicht
Nicole Eisenman, Dark Light, Ausstellungsansicht. Secession 2017, Photo: Sophie Thun. A sumptuously designed artist’s book published in conjunction with Eisenman’s exhibition extends her exploration of the interplay between drawing and painting, playfully proposing an inversion of the hierarchical relationship between the two media. Nicole Eisenman Dark Light 60 pages Format: 283 x 230 mm Details: Hardcover, leather cover with blind embossing, shortened pages Concept: Nicole Eisenman Drawings: Nicole Eisenman Texts: Daniel Marcus, Wayne Koestenbaum, Paul Virilio Secession 2017 Distribution: Revolver Publishing.