Oil on canvas
64 x 63 cm
Influenced by her experiences in the spheres of NPOs and fashion, Ser Serpas (b. 1995, Los Angeles) has made overconsumption one of the central themes of her art. Some of her anthropomorphic compositions combine piles of textiles and discarded objects, accentuating the sensuality of their interaction. Her drawings and paintings, from images found on the Internet or captured on a smartphone, also show nude, sexualized, fragmented bodies, although their identities and faces are never visible.
Ser Serpas’ recent exhibitions include LC Queisser, Tbilisi (solo, 2022); Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin (solo, 2022; group, 2020); Balice Hertling, Paris (solo, 2021); Progetto, Lecce (2021); Conceptual Fine Arts, Milan (2021); Karma International, Zurich (group, 2022; solo, 2021; 2020); Fitzpatrick Gallery, Paris (2021); Oxygen Biennial, Tbilisi (2021); Kunstverein Kevin Space, Vienna (2020); Swiss Institute, New York (2018) and among others.
And Your Flesh Is My Greatest Poem: Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi, Isabelle Cornaro, Shahryar Nashat, Dala Nasser, Hana Miletić, Ser Serpas
2022.09.27 – 2022.11.03
Curator: Mohamed Almusibli