JENNY HOLZER "NON LO SOPPORTO" PHOTO, 2001
Jenny Holzer (b. 1950) has an important exhibition history in Italy: In 1990 Holzer was the first woman to represent the United States at the Venice Biennale. That year she won the Leone D'Oro - the event's top honor.
Holzer has continued to have major accomplishments/exhibitions in Italy. Most recently during the summer of 2015 she had a major showing at the Museo Correr, on the Piazza San Marco, of her "War Paintings".
In September 1996, over a three-day period, Jenny Holzer realized her first highly influential public "projection". This oversized and socially probing text, projected at the bank of the Arno river on the Palazzo Bargagli in Florence, was part of fundraising effort for AIDS research.
In the succeeding years, Holzer has projected similarly poetic texts throughout public spaces in over 40 countries.
During Holzer's career, while Holzer has created numerous memorable works, She has produced very few that are domestically proportioned.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire an affordable work by one of the most distinctive artists of the 20th century.
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C-print photograph, 8 from an edition of 10.
Signed and numbered by the artist on the colophon page
Numbered, dated and initialed by the artist verso.
PS. "Non Lo Sopporto" is Italian for "I Cant' Stand Him"
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