Amanda Ross-Ho, ‘Untitled Still Life (I STILL  HATE MONDAYS)’, 2013, Public Art Fund Benefit Auction 2015

Estimated value: $12,000

The Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho finds meaning in the castoffs and ephemera of everyday life. In this collage, we see recurrent forms and motifs that constitute the artist’s unique visual vocabulary.

Image rights: Courtesy of Amanda Ross-Ho and Mitchell-Innes and Nash

About Amanda Ross-Ho

Living and working in Los Angeles, Amanda Ross-Ho aims to, in her words, “investigate the anatomy and life cycle of creative production.” Ross-Ho appropriates images and ephemera that she encounters to construct installations, stage photographs, and build sculptures that show points of coincidence or intersection, where everyday experiences are transformed into sites of layered meaning. Her use of found materials also marks an interest in “conflating or collapsing the authentic and the performed,” and she has said that her mixed-media works elaborate the failure of authentic gesture or original creation.

American, b. 1975

Solo Shows

Michael Jon & Alan, 
The Pit, 

Group Shows

East Hampton,

Fair History on Artsy

The Pit at EXPO CHICAGO 2016
Shane Campbell Gallery at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015
Shane Campbell Gallery at NADA Miami Beach 2014
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