Framed Dimensions: 17" x 21"
William Steiger's work often focuses on the relationship between the past and present, and the tension between the flatness of the picture plane and the expanse of the American landscape. His graphic style carries on the tradition of Ed Ruscha, stripping down and laying bare the stark industrial iconography present in everyday life in America. Steiger received his M.F.A. from Yale University in 1989. His work has been shown in over 30 solo exhibitions internationally and a 200 page monograph of the artist was published in 2011 by Hudson Hills Press. His paintings have been represented in New York by Margaret Thatcher Projects since 1999 and he has collaborated with Pace Editions since 2004.
Signature: Work is signed
Image rights: Courtesy of the artist and Margaret Thatcher Projects
About William Steiger
American, b. 1962, Summit, New Jersey, based in New York, New York