Jack Pierson, ‘Golden Hour’, 2014, Albert Merola Gallery

This is from a new series created by Jack Pierson in collaboration with John Derian Studios. Each photograph is decoupaged onto hand blown glass trays. The trays are made in Pennsylvania, the studio work is done in New York by skilled artisans. They are on acid free archival paper using environmentally safe UV light fast inks. Each is signed by Jack Pierson and John Derian and numbered. Available exclusively at Albert Merola Gallery.

About Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson works in photography, sculpture, installation, painting, bookmaking and drawing, but is best known for the re-appropriation of commercial signage and large-scale vintage lettering, which he uses to create evocative word-sculptures and installations. Calligraphic, brightly colored, with references to both Minimalism and Pop, Pierson’s signage fragments reference the distinctly American road-side decay of old highways like Route 66. Despite his sly sense of irony and humor, Pierson’s work has always been imbued with a sense of longing, loss, melancholy, and disillusionment.

American, b. 1960, Plymouth, Massachusetts, based in New York, NY; Southern California

Exhibition Highlights

2016
New York,
Shrines to Speed Art And The Automobile: From The Minimal To The Postmodern
2015
Acme Fine Art, 
Boston,

Group Shows

2016
2016
New York,
Shrines to Speed Art And The Automobile: From The Minimal To The Postmodern
2015
Acme Fine Art, 
Boston,
2015
Provincetown,
2015
New York,
Black or White
2014
Nuremberg,
Fashion Photography
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