Exploring nuance and repetition has been an ongoing theme for artist Ken Solomon. Whether its painting the same postage stamp hundreds of times in his mail art project, modeling the same wig on random volunteers for his Wig Project examining the visual results of one word in his Google Portrait paintings, examination of subtle variation can be seen throughout the artists career. “Painting the same thing over and over is a metaphor for our daily lives.” says Solomon. “Our daily routines echo of the day before. But it is the subtle shifts in the routine that keep us excited. It’s these subtle shifts that I explore.”
Ken Solomon works in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been included in various exhibitions and collections around the world. His video Micro & Soft on Macintosh Apple (collaboration with Marco Maggi) was on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Several of his drawings are also included in the MoMA’s permanent collection. Other Exhibitions include: Size Does Matter, curated by Shaquille O’Neal at the FLAG art foundation, WALL ROCKETS: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha, Curated by Lisa Dennison, FLAG Art Foundation, New York (traveled to the Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY) (2009/2008); and he;s currently working with the Aspen Art Museum on a limited edition project for their gift shop.
All Prints are limited edition, full color, archival ink on fine rag paper with matte finish. All prints come mounted on 1/3” archival Art Board mounting panels. All prints comes in editions of 30 with two artists proofs, signed and numbered by the artist on the bottom right. All prints are 12.5” x 17.5” and include a certificate of authenticity.
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