Landmarks is the first critical survey exhibition of Jennifer Bolande, spanning three decades of her work in a wide array of media.
Bolande emerged as an artist in the late seventies working first in dance, choreography and drawing. Then, in the early eighties, advancing the ideas and strategies of the Pictures Generation, she began working with found images, rephotography, appropriation and film, moving on to construct images, photo-objects, sculpture and installation. She has taken an intuitive approach to creating conceptual works of art in the construction of a coherent visual language.
This exhibition, curated by Nicholas Frank, originated at the Institute of Visual Arts (Inova) in Milwaukee, and traveled to the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Philadelphia.