Silkscreen on cotton. 22x22 in. bandana. Published by Gordon Robichaux and Post Present Medium.
Elisabeth Kley (born 1956 in New York, NY) has presented her ceramics, watercolors, drawings, and prints internationally including solo and two-person exhibitions at South Willard in Los Angeles (with Sanou Oumar; organized by Matt Connors); Window on Broad, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts in Philadelphia; Pierre Marie Giraud in Brussels; CANADA, 39 Great Jones (organized by Ugo Rondinone), and Le Petit Versailles in New York; Schema Projects and Momenta Art in Brooklyn; John Tevis Gallery in Paris; and the Georgian National Gallery in Tbilisi. Her two-person and group exhibitions include Gordon Robichaux, Mitchell Algus Gallery, Orgy Park, Regina Rex, CANADA, Andrew Edlin, Haunch of Venison, and Exit Art in New York; VENUS in Los Angeles; GAVLAK in Los Angeles and Palm Beach; Season in Seattle; Soccer Club Club in Chicago; and anonymous in Mexico City.
Kley’s work has been reviewed and featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Art in America, The Art Newspaper, zingmagazine, Artcritical, The Boston Globe, Time Out, ARTnews, Observer, and Cultured Magazine. She was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 1998. In 2019, a monograph on her work was published by CANADA and Pre-Echo Press. She is represented by CANADA.