vielmetter.com Representing Gallery, Los Angeles - press release on current exhibition
Entitled βA Show Born of Fearβ, the exhibition will feature new paintings, drawings and prints mapping out a space were personal life and philosophical concerns intersect. Eisenman, known in equal measures for her bitingly humorous attacks on art historical conventions and the relationships between the sexes, focuses in this new body of work on issues that reach beyond into fundamental questions of life and the future of humankind.
leokoenig.com Representing gallery, New York β additional images and selected bibliography
Nicole Eisenman at Jack Tilton Gallery 2001 - "What I value in other people's art and my own is imagination and personal things. Politics just seems to me to be mean-spirited and trendy. I don't see myself as being in a combative stance."
queer-arts.org Summer show at the Ludwig museum entitled titled "The Eighth Square: Gender, Life and Desire in the Visual Arts since 1960," Aug. 19-Nov. 12, 2006 -
Nicole Eisenman's exhibitions have taken the shape of installations of paintings, drawings, collages, assemblages, found objects and murals. Piles and spills, wall-bound works on paper and canvas, and things hanging from ceilings are there to make her subject matter and form enjoyable to the viewer.