Artist Tauba Auerbach Puzzle: Unlimited Collector Edition Jigsaw Puzzle
b. 1981, San Francisco, CA, lives and works in New York
Title: Shatter I
Jigsaw Puzzle Size: 19.75" x 28" (502mm x 711mm) 1000 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, ESKA Premium Board. Traditional Custom-Made Paper Jigsaw Puzzle.
Unlimited Collector Edition
Shatter I, 2008
Acrylic paint and glass on dust on wood panel
64 x 47.5 inches
162.56 x 120.65 cm
“Engaging a variety of media, ranging from painting and photography to book design and musical performance, Auerbach explores the limits of our structures and systems of logic (linguistic, mathematical, spatial) and the points at which they break down and open up onto new visual and poetic possibilities" In her acclaimed series of Fold paintings, first introduced in 2009, Auerbach presents powdery trompe l’oeil surfaces that register the traces of their former three-dimensionality. Painted with an industrial sprayer, the works draw attention to the physical properties of pigment imitating light. Paula Cooper Gallery.
Tauba Auerbach — Joanna Fiduccia | Parkett
Tauba Auerbach by Hugo Hess | Widewalls
Artist Certificate: Each puzzle comes with an artist certificate.
San Francisco-born, New York-based artist Tauba Auerbach has described their work as an attempt to reveal “new spectral and dimensional richness.” Working in a wide range of media, from painting to photography, glasswork, book design and musical performance, Auerbach explores the limits of our structures and systems of logic (linguistic, mathematical, spatial) and the points at which they break down and open up onto new possibilities.
Tauba Auerbach lives and works in New York City. The artist’s work has been exhibited in a number of major museum shows, notably The New Ambidextrous Universe at the ICA London (2015); the Museum of Modern Art's Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language (2012); the Walker Art Center’s Lifelike (2012); The Indiscipline of Painting at Tate St. Ives (2011-12); the 2010 Whitney Biennial; MoMA P.S.1’s Greater New York (2010) and the New Museum’s Younger Than Jesus (2009). A major survey of Auerbach’s work to date will be held at SFMoMA in 2021.