Nate Lowman, ‘Three Works: (i) Scratcher; (ii) Strapping on; (iii) Thank the Bank’, 2004, Phillips

(i) 35.875 x 63.375 in. (91.3 x 173.7 cm)
(ii) 35.875 x 56 in. (91.3 x 142.3 cm)
(iii) 35.875 x 68.875 in. (91.3 x 175 cm)

"Re: Re: Re: Produce"

Ritter/Zamet, London (November 6 - December 18, 2004)

Ritter/Zamet, London
Acquired from the above by the present owner

About Nate Lowman

Nate Lowman appropriates, paints, and photographs existing imagery, mining the detritus of pop culture in mixed-media works that critique celebrity culture, consumerism, and the saturation of sex and violence in mass media. Known for his blown-up images of fake cartoon bullet holes and ironic bumper stickers turned into linguistic assaults, in recent years Lowman has developed a painted smiley face—banal, and sometimes sinister—as his signature. The idea came when the artist saw the smiley face that O. J. Simpson integrated into his signature in a letter written to fans after he was charged with the murder of his wife. Lowman also produces silkscreens, which he composes by painting over a projected image, including a series in which he created iterations of de Kooning’s 1954 Marilyn Monroe. He is associated with a group of New York artists that includes Dan Colen, Leo Fitzpatrick, Ryan McGinley, and the late Dash Snow.

American, b. 1979

Group Shows

2017
New York,
Contemporary Magic
2016
New York,
Shrines to Speed Art And The Automobile: From The Minimal To The Postmodern