Anton Kern Gallery presents a solo exhibition with Lara Schnitger, whose works are characterized by an inventive use of fabrics. She uses various types of textiles to create intimate sculptures as well as architectural installations. Despite their monumentality, Schnitger’s works appear neat, almost weightless. She plays with themes of humor, politics and eroticism without being ideologically driven. Read more here.
Lara Schnitger s a Dutch American sculptor and painter, living and working in Los Angeles and Amsterdam. Schnitger’s work has been shown internationally at galleries and museums such as the High Line in New York (2019), the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles (2016), The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (2011), Sonsbeeck Arnhem (2008), the New Museum in New York (2007), the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo (2007), Magasin 3 in Stockholm (2005), the Chinese European Art Center in Xiamen (2002), the Santa Monica Museum of Art (2001) and the Stedelijk Museum (1995). Her work is part of the collections of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Saatchi Gallery, London, Perez Art Museum, Miami, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.