HOUSE OF CARDS

SEE IT NOW: CHARLIE JAMES GALLERY LOS ANGELES,
OCT 22-DECEMBER 3, 2016 JUST IN TIME FOR THE ELECTION


ORIGINAL EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF Modern art, NY 1992;
REINSTALLED ZOLLA LIEBERMAN, CHICAGO 2015

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Companies like Hallmark make greeting cards for hundreds of occasions, but so many are left out! House of Cards redresses this shortcoming. In 1992 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, invited me to do a one-person exhibition as part of its Projects series. I have been making satirical greeting cards from 1991 to today, but this was my chance to create a unique, provocative portrait of America in a large space on the main floor of a hugely attended museum. The 90 hand-painted greeting cards are a compendium of every awful, ignorant thing we do to one another. They are arranged in sections— Politics, The Economy, Racism, Religion, etc. — and push the envelope of acceptability and taste.

 

OTHER SATIRICAL GREETING CARDS 

Individual & multiple WORKS 1991-2015

My hand painted card pieces have been widely exhibited and collected. Exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art LA, Kohler Arts Center, Laguna Art Museum and Musée d'Art Contemporain Lausanne, and galleries in LA, NY, Chicago, San Francisco and  Vienna. A boxed set of 5 silkscreen cards is published by Susan Inglett Gallery.

House of Cards, Zolla Lieberman, Chicago 2015

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House of Cards, MoMA 1992

Greetings: Misogynist/Feminist 2015

With Love From The NSA, 2014

If I was Capable, 2014

Greetings 1, 1991