|Nacimiento:||1967 en Huntington Beach, California, Estados Unidos|
|Residencia:||Reside en Los Angeles, California, Estados Unidos|
|Premios ganados:||XII Hugo Boss Prize 2018, Absolut Art Award 2015|
|Galerías y otras organizaciones que le representan:||Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Gavin Brown's Enterprise, Marc Foxx|
|Organizaciones con obra:||Marciano Art Foundation|
Frances Stark (b. 1967, Newport Beach, CA) lives and works in Los Angeles. Stark’s interdisciplinary practice includes works in drawing, collage, painting, video, performance, and digital projects that collectively address the nuances of the human condition in all of its complexity and banality. Stark activates language and imagery to contemplate the rich interiority of the self, exploring subjects such as vulnerability, hubris, ambivalence, and satisfaction, among a multitude of others. Stark is the author or subject of ten books. Stark has had solo exhibitions at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2016); Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2015–16); Art Institute of Chicago (2015); Hayward Gallery, London (2014); MoMA PS1, Queens (2011); Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (2010); and Portikus, Frankfurt (2008). Stark’s work has been featured in major group such exhibitions as the Venice Biennale (2017); The New Human, Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2016); Electronic Superhighway (2016–1966), Whitechapel Gallery, London (2016); Secret Surface: Where Meaning Materializes, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2016); Under the Clouds: From Paranoia to the Digital Sublime, Museu de Serralves, Porto, Portugal (2015); In the Heart of the Country, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2013); Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2008); and Learn to Read, Tate Modern, London (2007). She is represented by Gavin Brown’s enterprise in New York, Galerie Buchholz in Berlin, greengrassi in London, and Marc Foxx in Los Angeles. Stark recently resigned her position as tenured professor in the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Art and Design.
El ganador del premio recibirá 100.000 Dólares y una exposición individual en el Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum en Nueva York. El vencedor se anunciará el próximo otoño y la exhibición ...