Artist's Talk: Adriane Herman, "Limited Edition Cookies"
Olin Art Center November 14 8 PM, 2007
Herman references the culture of consumption in the imagery she utilizes and the presentation concepts she has employed to display objects ranging from ink-jet printed cookies to her series of embossments on hand-made chewing gum.She has exhibited her work broadly, and in 2001, her “Limited Edition Cookies” were included in the exhibition entitled Digital: Printmaking Now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Herman’s work has entered such collections as The Art Institute of Chicago, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, and The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. á la carte, Herman’s 1999 solo exhibition at Adam Baumgold Gallery, was described in The New Yorker as “appetizing silliness.”
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