Jenny Holzer



Jenny Holzer's menacing (and sometimes humorous) "Truisms"  first appeared in the late 1970's in a variety of forms, but initially as a type of street art.

Over the past four decades Holzer has created an impressive oeuvre consisting of objects, sculpture and public art...often revisiting the slogans and sayings she first embraced in the early 1980's. Holzer has focused on perhaps a dozen of the original "Truisms" and revisited them in an array of media ranging from billboards to t-shirts, from  marble benches to pencils. 

Holzer's text-based pieces have provoked the public to consider the power structures that surround us. In today's frightening political climate, any element of humor or mischief inherent in her work has been eclipsed by satire, cynicism and fear. 

This complementary set of beautifully glazed ceramic chargers boast two of Holzer's most famous slogans:

Money Creates Taste

All Things Are Delicately Interconnected 

This is a remarkable and affordable multiple by this inimitable artist. 

Questions about this artwork? Contact us or call +1.416.704.1720

Visit the gallery on Thursdays or by appointment. 

Stamped signature, hand-numbered edition

Glazed pottery with unglazed lettering

Produced by Bennington Pottery, Vermont

From an edition of 175

USA, 2002


Very good condition 


Edition number is different than images 


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