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Cady Noland, Erwin Wurm, Christopher Wool, Robert Gober, Sherrie Levine, Heimo Zobernig, Mat Collishaw, Jessica Diamond, Emilio Martinez, and Clarence Anglin

Transcendent Pop

February 12 – March 16, 1991

Dangling lightbulb
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph light-up sculpture
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph light-up sculpture (different angle)
Gallery view of Transcendent Pop exhibition
Upside down cardboard cutout
Transcendent Pop postcard

The group of artists deals with popular culture in a way that causes the viewer to re-evaluate notions of value and heirarchy. The work is all recognizable and yet, unfamiliar. Television, pop music and everyday objects are transformed in the process of challenging who we are and what we cherish.


The show is accompanied by a catalogue which features additional dialogue on these international artists.

Cady Noland (b. 1956 in Washington, DC) lives and works in New York

Erwin Wurm (b. 1954 in Bruck an der Mur) lives and works in Graz, Austria.

Christopher Wool (b. 1955 in Chicago, Illinois) lives and works in New York

Robert Gober (b. 1954 in Wallingford, Connecticut) lives and works in New York

Sherrie Levine (b. 1947 in Hazleton, Pennsylvania) lives and works in Los Angeles, California

Heimo Zobernig ( b. 1958 in Mauthen, Austria) lives and works in Vienna, Austria

Mat Collishaw (b. 1966 in Nottingham, United Kingdom) lives and works in United Kingdom

Jessica Diamond (b. 1957 in New York, New York) lives and works in New Yor

Emilio Martinez

Clarence Anglin