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James Rosenquist

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Rosenquist

Birthplace
Grand Forks, North Dakota

Birth year
1933

Lives in
Florida and New York

Works in
Florida and New York

Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
Sep, 2015 Space Age
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Pantin
 
Aug, 2015 James Rosenquist: Tripartite Prints
The Heckscher Museum of Art
 
Current Exhibitions and Events
Jun, 2015 As We Never Imagined: 50 Years of Art Making
Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI)
 
Aug, 2014 Pop Art from the Anderson Collection at SFMOMA
Cantor Arts Center
 
Statement

James Rosenquist is an American artist and one of the protagonists in the pop-art movement. From 1957 to 1960, he earned his living as a billboard painter. This was perfect training, as it turned out, for an artist about to explode onto the pop art scene. Rosenquist deftly applied sign-painting techniques to the large-scale paintings he began creating in 1960. Like other pop artists, Rosenquist adapted the visual language of advertising and pop culture to the context of fine art. Rosenquist achieved international acclaim in 1965 with the room-scale painting F-111.

His specialty is taking fragmented, oddly disproportionate images and combining, overlapping, and putting them on canvases to create visual stories. This can leave viewers breathless, making them consider even the most familiar objects (a U-Haul trailer, or a box of Oxydol detergent, etc.) in more abstract and provocative ways. In addition to painting, he has produced a vast array of prints, drawings and collages. One of his prints, Time Dust (1992), is thought to be the largest print in the world, measuring approximately 7 x 35 feet.

 

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Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Pantin The Heckscher Museum of Art
Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) Acquavella Galleries
Paul Kasmin Gallery - 10th Ave The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
Pérez Art Museum Miami Cantor Arts Center
Rachel Uffner Gallery San Jose Museum of Art
Luxembourg & Dayan Addison Gallery of American Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum Nassau County Museum
Woodward Gallery Boca Museum of Art
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert
North Dakota Museum of Art DAUM MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Richard L. Feigen & Co. Sean Kelly Gallery
McClain Gallery Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Salzburg Halle Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Salzburg Villa Kast
Minneapolis Institute of Arts ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART GALLERY
MA GALERIE - Samuel Le Paire John Berggruen Gallery
Martin-Gropius-Bau Printed Editions
Ace Museum Coos Art Museum
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao The Baltimore Museum of Art
GRAPHICSTUDIO | Institute for Research in Art Leslie Sacks Contemporary
Georgia Museum of Art Art Affairs
SANTA MONICA AUCTIONS Large Glass
Delamar Greenwich Harbor Larissa Goldston Gallery
Ullens Center for Contemporary Art MoMA (Museum of Modern Art)
Fundación Juan March (Palma) GALERIE FLUEGEL-RONCAK
Ludwig Museum and Contemporary Art Museum ( Budapest) David Zwirner- 533 W. 19th
David Zwirner- 525 W. 19th David Zwirner- 519 W. 19th
MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) at Grand Ave. Hickory Museum of Art
Monroe Gallery of Photography Lehmann Maupin - Chrystie Street
Kohn Gallery The Art Students League's Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery
Benrimon Contemporary Pace Gallery 508 W. 25th
Palm Springs Art Museum Michael Rosenthal Gallery
Galerie Wild Gagosian Gallery - 980 Madison Ave.
White Columns Leo Castelli Gallery
Jablonka Galerie Pratt Manhattan Gallery
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