Stephen Prina

Stephen Prina

Born in 1954 in Galesburg, Illinois

Lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Los Angeles

Stephen Prina’s work was featured in institutional solo exhibitions including Museo Tamayo, Mexico City 2020, Museo Madre, Naples 2017, Museum Kurhaus Kleve 2016, Kunsthalle St. Gallen 2015, Wiener Secession, Vienna 2011, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis 2010, Bergen Kunsthall 2009, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden 2008, The Art Institute of Chicago 2002 and Frankfurter Kunstverein 2000 among others.
He participated at the Whitney Biennale in 2008, documenta IX in 1992, the Venice Biennale in 1990.

Stephen Prina’s works are held in public collections such as Tate, London, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, MAMCO Genève, Geneva, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum Ludwig, Cologne and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Blind No. 26, Fifteen-foot Ceiling or Lower – to Michael Asher [Iridescent Bronze (Fine)/Iridescent Bronze (Fine), Iridescent Bronze (Fine)/Iridescent Gold Deep (Fine), Iridescent Bright Gold (Fine)/Iridescent Gold (Fine)], 2013
Blind No. 26, Fifteen-foot Ceiling or Lower – to Michael Asher [Iridescent Bronze (Fine)/Iridescent Bronze (Fine), Iridescent Bronze (Fine)/Iridescent Gold Deep (Fine), Iridescent Bright Gold (Fine)/Iridescent Gold (Fine)], 2013
Blind No. 25, Fifteen-foot Ceiling or Lower – to Michael Asher [Iridescent Copper (Fine)/Iridescent Copper (Fine), Iridescent Copper (Fine), Iridescent Copper Light (Fine)], 2013
Photo: Wolfgang Tahler
As He Remembered It, Bedrooom Category Harris Bedroom, No. 1 Harris Bedroom, No. 2 Harris Bedroom, No. 3 Hiler Bedroom, No. 4 Hiler Bedroom, No. 5, 2011
Photo: Wolfgang Tahler
The Second Sentence of Everything I Read Is You: Mourning Sex, 2005-2007
From book to film to book to room to sculpture to drawing to studio to painting (Rueben Room, American Fine Arts, Colin de Land, New York/Dom Hotel, Zimmer 101, Köln) Panel #2, 1996-2001
From book to film to book to room to sculpture to drawing to studio to painting (Rueben Room, American Fine Arts, Colin de Land, New York/Dom Hotel, Zimmer 101, Köln) Panel #2, 1996-2001
Acropolis: Thanksgiving Day, 1989-1996