Lisa Sanditz, ‘Salad Kings’, 2014, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
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Lisa Sanditz

Salad Kings, 2014

Collograph and lithograph print
25 × 20 in
63.5 × 50.8 cm
.
$1,500
Ships from New Orleans, LA, US
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New Orleans
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Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
New Orleans

My most recent work has led me to investigate not only what is visible to the human eye in terms of …

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Lisa Sanditz
American, b. 1973
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Lisa Sanditz’s contemporary landscape paintings focus on the magnificence of desecrated land as a reflection of contemporary culture and the economy. Stating, “I am equally engaged by what is beautiful and what is degraded,” Sanditz explores locations that contain visual elements ripe for painterly interpretation. From 2007-08, she created a series that examined the consumer-based relationship between China and the United States, surveying the phenomenon of single-commodity towns in China. Christmas for Export (2007), for example, features a wasteland of red Christmas baubles amidst a desolate gray city. More recently, Sanditz has focused her painting on political hotspots within her own country, in works such as The Silverlake Reservoir (2010), which depicts a Los Angeles reservoir that was filled with 400,000 black balls to prevent sunlight from stimulating the growth of carcinogenic materials in the water.

Lisa Sanditz, ‘Salad Kings’, 2014, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
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About the work
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
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My most recent work has led me to investigate not only what is visible to the human eye in terms of the construction of the landscape, but also to consider elements of human impact that lies beneath the surface. Tiny colorful pollutants, like micro-plastics, used in beauty and health products are becoming endemic in …

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Newly created, consigned directly from the artist. Condition report and certificate of authenticity available upon request.
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Hand-signed by artist
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Lisa Sanditz
American, b. 1973
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Lisa Sanditz’s contemporary landscape paintings focus on the magnificence of desecrated land as a reflection of contemporary culture and the economy. Stating, “I am equally engaged by what is beautiful and what is degraded,” Sanditz explores locations that contain visual elements ripe for painterly interpretation. From 2007-08, she created a series that examined the consumer-based relationship between China and the United States, surveying the phenomenon of single-commodity towns in China. Christmas for Export (2007), for example, features a wasteland of red Christmas baubles amidst a desolate gray city. More recently, Sanditz has focused her painting on political hotspots within her own country, in works such as The Silverlake Reservoir (2010), which depicts a Los Angeles reservoir that was filled with 400,000 black balls to prevent sunlight from stimulating the growth of carcinogenic materials in the water.

Lisa Sanditz

Salad Kings, 2014

Collograph and lithograph print
25 × 20 in
63.5 × 50.8 cm
.
$1,500
Ships from New Orleans, LA, US
Shipping: $100 domestic only
Location
New Orleans
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
Secure payment
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