David Lynch, ‘Untitled (Los Angeles), 1979’, 1979, Kayne Griffin Corcoran

About David Lynch

Considered among the top living American filmmakers, David Lynch is revered for his singular, mind-bending vision of reality that both entrances and disturbs viewers. Among his best-known feature-length films are Eraserhead (1977); The Elephant Man (1980), a critical and commercial success that launched his career; and Blue Velvet (1986). His famed television series, the surrealistic murder mystery Twin Peaks (1990–91), has been credited with redefining the possibilities of the medium. Lynch is also a painter, singer-songwriter, and avid practitioner of and advocate for transcendental meditation. His work is lush, dark, and often shot through with violence. Describing his creative process, he once said: “I used to go to well-lit diners, because in a well-lit diner I could sit and think and daydream and I could go to dark places knowing that I could surface in a well-lit, safe place.”

American, b. 1946, Missoula, Montana, based in Los Angeles, California

Solo Shows on Artsy

2013
David Lynch, Naming, Curated by Brett Littman, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles
2013
David Lynch, New Works, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles

Group Shows on Artsy

2017