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Parisienne (Robe à Traine)
Parisienne (Dress with a Train)
July 18, 2015
PUSH COMES TO LOVE, untitled 1999 - 2016
Ink wash on rag, barrier paper and offset lithography on paper
Left: 75.98 x 49.21 inches; 193 x 125 cm
Right: 25.98 x 32.68 inches, 66 x 83 cm
Stephen Prina (b. 1954, Galesburg, IL) is an American artist, musician, and composer, born in 1954 in Galesburg, Illinois. He currently splits his time between Los Angeles, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts where he is a professor at the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies (VES) at Harvard University. Prina received his B.F.A. from the Northern Illinois University and an M.F.A. from the California Institute of the Arts.
Prina works in a variety of media including musical performances. Each piece is related in some way and develops in a series of long-term projects that he frequently rearranges and re-presents in different exhibition and associative contexts.
Stephen Prina’s work has been shown in solo exhibitions worldwide. His exhibition galesburg, illinois+ opened at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Switzerland in September 2015 and traveled to the Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Germany in January 2016, and finally to Petzel, New York in June 2016. Other solo exhibitions include: Stephen Prina, Museo Madre, Naples, Italy (2017, forthcoming); As He Remembered It, Secession, Vienna (2011), traveled to LACMA, Los Angeles (2013); ¡HOLA! ¿QUÉ TAL?, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne (2014); Carve Out a Space of Intimacy, Capitain Petzel, Berlin (2011); Stephen Prina: Modern Movie Pop, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2010); Stephen Prina, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen (2009); The Second Sentence of Everything I Read is You, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC), Seville; The Second Sentence of Everything I Read is You: Mourning Sex, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne (2007); The Second Sentence of Everything I Read is You: The Queen Mary, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York (2006); Gaylen Gerber with Stephen Prina, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (2002); To the People of Frankfurt am Main: At Least Three Types of Inaccessibility, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main (2000).
His work can be seen in public collections at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, among others.