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JACK PIERSON

HALL 2.0

STAND F16

(1960, Plymouth)

In this work the artist merges his poetic and vision, with the italian culture and language. Domani (Tomorrow) is a nostalgic representation that evokes melancholic feelings of love and loss, but also through the power of the word; hope, fear, desire and finally, life itself.

Jack Pierson’s first solo show at Christian Stein gallery was presented in 2009.

Jack Pierson lives and works in New York and California. He employs photography, collage, sculptural assemblage, and installation in pursuit of themes such as love, longing, kinship, poetry, celebration, youth, fantasy, and identity. The artist’s mode of non-hierarchical cultural compilation and impulse-led editing allows him to create both personal and universal narratives across his multidisciplinary practice.


His works are held in major public and private collections, including:

The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; CAPC Bordeaux; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven.

DOMANI, 2013, metal, paint and plastic, cm.h. 97x323x10

Provenance: the artist

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