HUGO BOSS – PRESS RELEASE
BETH CAMPBELL x HUGO BOSS
JULY 18TH 2014 – SEPTEMBER 3RD 2014
401 WEST 14TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY
Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie is very pleased to present the second exhibition of Beth Campbell (US, 1971) featuring an installation, sculptures, mobiles and works on paper.
HUGO BOSS: TBD
BETH CAMPBELL / LIZWORKS: Steven Grimler: email@example.com / +1 (917) 226-5671
LIZWORKS in collaboration with HUGO BOSS has commissioned the artist BETH CAMPBELL to conceptualize a daring and unexpected installation for their Meatpacking store windows.
Beth Campbell, Screens (2014)
This work concerns boundaries: the delineation between the physical and the optical, the opaque and the transparent, the simultaneous acts of concealing and revealing. The large sculptural planes function as both a screen and a window that both obscure and highlight the surrounding architecture and the store. In this coincident gesture both the artwork and the store’s design elements are melded in an alluring tapestry of inter-reliance that amplifies the visual resonance of all the elements.
ABOUT BETH CAMPBELL
Known for her drawings, sculpture, and architectural interventions, Beth Campbell choreographs spaces, crafts uncanny objects, and maps thought. Campbell has shown at various national and international museums and galleries including but not limited to The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery and Kate Werble Gallery. Her work is included in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Memorial Fellowship, and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant.
LIZWORKS, founded by Liz Swig in 2013, is the logical yet unexpected paring of brands and artists through the identification and merger of their unique personalities. Creativity, wit, whimsy, and intelligence drive the formation and the outcome of all collaborations. The result is an entirely new canvas that sparks global dialogue.
Liz Swig, and her company LIZWORKS, brings expertise and connections within the art world to any collaboration. Liz has an imaginative, creative vision that is seen through her experience working with the mediums of porcelain, eyewear, and installations. The partnerships formed by LIZWORKS have been with Bernardaud with such artist’s as Jeff Koons and Kara Walker. LIZWORKS has extended into the world of eyewear with Selima Optique and artists Hiroshi Sugimoto and Vik Muniz. While also changing the retail experience with a commissioned installation for Vera Wang with Marco Brambilla.