• Seth Price, Hell Has Everything, 2018, UV cured inkjet, acrylic polymer, glue, plastic, wood, metal
    151.8 x 202.6 cm / 59.75 x 79.75 in.
  • Seth Price, 90s Style Teeth, 2018, Inkjet, acrylic polymer, gesso, glue, plastic, wood, metal
    121.3 x 174.6 cm / 47.8 x 68.7 in.
  • Seth Price, Sociosham, 2016, Oil paint print, acrylic, polyurethane and pigmented synthetic polymer on wood, 145.5 x 122 cm / 57.3 x 48 in.
  • Seth Price, Homemade Plants, 2018, Inkjet, acrylic polymer, acrylic paint, glue, plastic, wood, metal,
    106 x 162.6 cm / 41.75 x 64 in.
  • Seth Price, We're going to need a smaller map, 2018, UV-cured inkjet, acrylic polymer, varnish, graphite powder, sticker, glue, plastic, wood, metal,
    124.5 x 245 cm / 49 x 98 in.
  • Seth Price, Untitled, 2015-2018, Dye-sublimation print on synthetic fabric, embroidery, aluminum, LED matrix, 228.6 x 203.2 cm / 90 x 80 in.
  • Seth Price, Street Style Print Test, 2015, Oil paint print, acrylic, polyurethane and pigmented synthetic polymer on wood, 145.5 x 122 cm / 57.3 x 48 in.
  • Seth Price, Exploded Office, 2015, UV-cured prints, screen printing, acrylic polymer, aluminum composite, wood, installation dimensions variable
  • Seth Price, Raw on Raw/Motter Ombra, 2018, Inkjet, acrylic polymer, acrylic paint, earth, glue, plastic, wood, metal, 162 x 117.5 / 63.7 x 46.2 in.
  • Greater New York, 2016
    MoMA PS1
  • Greater New York, 2016
    MoMA PS1
  • Seth Price, Waste Pipe, Vinyl print on poly chloride, hardware (Brackets), 15.2 x 15.2 x 185.4 cm, 2016 - 17
  • Seth Price, Working Drawing: Big Virus, 2012, Giclée Print on paper Unframed: 48.4 x 33 cm
  • Seth Price, Wrok, Fmaily, Freidns, 2016
    356 S. Mission Rd.
  • Seth Price, Wrok, Fmaily, Freidns, 2016
    356 S. Mission Rd.
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017-18
    Museum Brandhorst
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017-18
    Museum Brandhorst
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017-18
    Museum Brandhorst
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Brandhorst Museum, München, Germany
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Brandhorst Museum, München, Germany
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Brandhorst Museum, München, Germany
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Social Synthetic, 2017
    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Under the Clouds: from Paranoia to the Digital Sublime, 2015
    Fundação de Serralves, Porto
    Photo: Filipe Braga
  • Seth Price, 2013
    Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
    Photo: Simon Vogel
  • Seth Price, Black Letter, 2012, Gesso, acrylic and ink on plywood, 146.7 x 93.6 cm / 57.75 x 36.87 in.
    Photo: Henrik Strömberg
  • Seth Price, Installation view, dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, 2012
  • Seth Price, Letter, 2012, Canvas, printed liners, zippers, buckles, pockets, approx. 122 x 243 cm / 48.03 x 95.67 in.
  • Seth Price, Hang Sui, 2012, Canvas, printed liners, zippers, buckles, pockets, approx. 122 x 243 cm / 48.03 x 95.67 in.
    Photo: Henrik Strömberg
  • Seth Price, Folklore U.S., 2012
    Petzel Gallery, New York
  • Seth Price, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, 2011,
    Photo: Giorgio Zucchiatti
  • Seth Price, MAMbo Bologna, Bologna, 2009
    Photo: Matteo Monti
  • Seth Price, Harsh Way of Life, 2009, UV-cured inkjet on high-impact polystyrene vacuum-formed over rope, 243.8 x 121.9 cm / 96 x 48 in.
  • Seth Price, Untitled, 2008, Relief-print on Monoprint on Arches Paper, each 76.5 x 113 cm / 30.12 x 44.49 in.
  • Seth Price, Untitled, 2008, Vacuum formed High-Impact Polystyrene, 243.8 x 121.9 cm / 95.98 x 47.99 in.
  • Seth Price Untitled, 2008, Inkjet on Protective film on Acrylic, 121 x 234 cm / 47.64 x 92.13 in.
  • Seth Price, Untitled, 2008, Inkjet on Protective film on Acrylic, 2 parts, each 122 x 244 cm / 47.64 x 92.13 in.
  • Seth Price Circa 1981, 2017
    ICA London
  • Seth Price Circa 1981, 2017
    ICA London
  • Seth Price, Installation view, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2008
  • Seth Price, 2008
    Kunsthalle Zürich
    Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography
Upcoming
Seth Price

Sculpture Sculptures

Fundació Joan Miró

October 2020

 



Seth Price

Brainwashed

Curated by Dr. Jana Baumann

Sammlung Goetz at Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

January 31 – June 26, 2020

 



Seth Price

Forever Young – 10 Years of Museum Brandhorst

Museum Brandhorst, Munich, Germany

May 24, 2019 – April 2020



Seth Price

By Artists: From the Home to the Museum, from the Museum to the Home. Homages by contemporary artists to the works of the Cerruti Collection

Castello di Rivoli

May 11, 2019 – June 1, 2020

 



SETH PRICE 

 

Born 1973 in Sheikh Jarrah, Palestine

Lives and works in New York

 

Seth Price’s multi-disciplinary work centers on the themes of distribution and circulation. Strategies of dissemination are the points of departure for his seminal essay, fittingly named Dispersion, which called for the dematerialization of art and made him a star in the early 2000s. His “never-ending” essay-film Redistribution gained him further recognition. The documentary-style film is a surrealistic, meandering narrative that confronts art-world conventions and questions our relationship to images and their circulation in contemporary society. The film is constantly re-cut by Price for subsequent screenings, forming an infinite work in progress that is also an ongoing exploration of the nature of film-making and story-telling.

 

His experiments with materials are conducted through a range of media including installation, sculpture, painting, collage and drawing — resulting for example in closeup photographs of skin mounted light-boxes, reliefs of knotted ropes and bomber jackets, or even cast polystyrene on canvas that are seemingly both two- and three-dimensional. Dimensionality is in fact a key feature, as Price investigates what he calls the “flatness of images” in the digital age. His choice of materials does not only serve an aesthetic or formal function but is of cultural and symbolic significance. Price frequently makes use of hyper-industrial materials and advanced technology in conjunction with natural, organic elements — human and squid skin being emblematic examples. Through these varied media, he investigates the body and the self as mediated by technology, reflecting the residual effects of the rapidly developing image-based age we live in.

 

Since the beginning of his career in the early 2000s, Price has resisted categorization and is constantly pushing into new territories, exploring obscure mediums such as electronic music, fashion, computer screensavers or philosophical essays. Writing has always been central to Price’s practice, and he has published dozens of books.

 

Price has shown extensively throughout the world, with solo shows including Aspen Art Museum (2019); MoMA PS1, New York (2018); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2017); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2017); Museum Brandhorst, Munich (2017); 365 S. Mission Rd, Los Angeles (2016); Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna (2009); Kunsthalle Zürich (2007) among others. His numerous group shows include Haus der Kunst, Munich (2020); de la Cruz Collection, Miami (2020); Museum Brandhorst, Munich (2019); S.M.A.K., Gent (2018); Fridericianum, Kassel (2016); Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris (2016); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2013); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012) and many more. His work is included in the collections of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Price’s video works have been screened at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Tate Britain, London; Rotterdam Film Festival; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Eyebeam, New York; and Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement, Saint-Gervais, Geneva, among others.

 

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