Dana Schutz
1976, Livonia, USA. Lives and works in New York

Dana Schutz’s work teeters at the edge of tradition and innovation.
Despite her utilization of orthodox points of departure such as narrative,
portraiture, and surrealism, Schutz avoids falling into the thematic and stylistic trappings of those canonical formats, and thus manages to work just outside
of expectation. This ability radiates from Schutz’s lyrical and technical
command of paint as both a medium and a pictorial object.
— Kelly Taxer

Selected solo exhibitions: 2002: LFL, New York; Shaheen, Stockholm.
Selected group exhibitions: 2002: Cut, pulled colored & burnt, Hyde Park Center, Chicago; Young, free and single, Zinc, Stockholm; Loaded, Midway Contemporary Art, St. Paul, USA; 2001: Bloodlines, Roberts and Titon, Los Angeles; Wallach, New York; Gloss, Leroy Neiman Center for Print Studies, New York; 2000: Atavism, Inside, Tremont, USA; BFA Exhibition, Reinberger, Cleveland; Cold Exchange, Akron Icehouse, Akron, USA; Luddites in love, Joseph McCullough Center, Cleveland; 1999: Sympathetic Action, Joseph McCullough Center, Cleveland.




50 Foot Queenie, 2003. Oil on canvas, 244 x 168 cm.

Dead Zebra, 2003. Oil on canvas, 168 x 152 cm. Courtesy LFL, New York.