Ann Hirsch

Works

Biography

Exhibitions

Press

Private Residence, installation view, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Jean, Fabric marker on velvet, 49 x 102 inches, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Jean (detail), Fabric marker on velvet, 49 x 102 inches, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Private Residence, installation view, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Francis, Fabric marker on velvet, 54 x 100 inches, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Private Residence, installation view, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Tish, Fabric marker on velvet, 40 x 98 inches, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

Private Residence, installation view, 2017 (Image courtesy of Steve Turner)

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Q, Graphite and colored pencil on paper with artist's frames, 2016

La Forge, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 20 x 29 inches, 2016

Troi, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 20 x 29 inches, 2016

Riker, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 20 x 29 inches, 2016

W. Crusher, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 20 x 29 inches, 2016

Worf, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 20 x 29 inches, 2016

Dick, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 29 x 40 inches, 2017

Carson, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 29 x 40 inches, 2017

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Damsel in Chains, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 60 inches, 2015

Dr Guttman's Office, installation view, 2015

Tom Baker, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 12 x 9 inches, 2015

Mr Fibuli, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 12 x 9 inches, 2015

Dr Guttman's Office, installation view, 2015

Dr Guttman's Office, installation view, 2015

Romana, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 9 x 12 inches, 2015

Dr Guttman's Office, installation view, 2015

Conclusion: The Real Ann Hirsch, 2015

The Restauranter's Daughter, Acrylic on cnvas, 38 x 48 inches, 2015

Adric, Graphite and colored pencil on paper, 9 x 12 inches, 2015

Pretty Little Truthtellers, Acrylic on cnvas, 60 x 46 inches, 2015 

Dr Guttman's Office, installation view, 2015

 

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Ann Hirsch is a video and performance artist who examines the influence of technology on popular culture and gender. Her immersive research has included becoming a YouTube "cewebrity" with over two million video views and an appearance as a contestant on Frank the Entertainer...In a Basement Affair on Vh1. She was awarded a Rhizome commission for her two-person play Playground which debuted at the New Museum and was premiered by South London Gallery at Goldsmiths College. Recent solo shows include MIT List Visual Arts Center, Arcadia Missa, London, and the New Museum’s online project space First Look. She is a 2017 Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grantee.

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Selected Solo and Two-person Exhibitions

 

2017

Submarine Society @ GalleriaPiu, Bologna, IT

Jill Off @ Arcadia Missa, London, UK 

Private Residence @ Steve Turner, Los Angeles, CA

 

2016

The Rest of My Life (performance) @ Machine Project, Los Angeles, US

Genes (w/Parker Ito) @ Holiday Forever, Jackson, WY

Sharing Love @ MECA, Portland, ME

A Formidable Daughter @ American Medium, New York, NY

List Projects @ MIT, Boston, MA

 

2015

Dr Guttman's Office @ SMART OBJECTS, Los Angeles, CA

Horny Lil Feminist @ The New Museum: First Look, ONLINE

Playground @ JOAN, Los Angeles, CA

 

2014

Playground @ South London Gallery at Goldsmith's College, London, UK

Muffy @ American Medium, New York, NY

 

2013

And Lore (w/ Jennifer Chan) @ Arcadia Missa, London, UK

Playground @ The New Museum

 

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Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2018

Liquid Love @ Gas Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

2017

Klassensprachen @ District Berlin, Berlin, DE

Plastik Festival of Artists’ Moving Image @ Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, IE

Public Access/Open Networks @ BRIC Arts Media House, Brooklyn, US

Occupancies @ Boston University Art Galleries, Boston, US

 

2016

Hypnic Jerk @ Smart Objects, Los Angeles, US

Sex: Work & Play @ Close-Up Film Centre, London, UK

Streams of Warm Impermanence @ David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK

Your Digital Self Hates You @ Stadtgalerie, Bern, CH

Public, Private, Secret @ International Center of Photography, New York, NY

Triennial 50JPG: Camera(auto)controle @ Centre de la Photographie, Geneva, CH

Opals @ Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger, NO

Emotional Supply Chains @ Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

Electronic Superhighway @ Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK

 

2015

Love me truly @ Matadero Madrid, Madrid, ESP

White House, Black Market @ Kimberly Klark Gallery, Queens, NY

The Real World @ Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Our House in the Middle of Your Street @ Vilma Gold, London, UK

Thanks to Apple, Amazon, and the Mall @ Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, US

WWWEST @ Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York, US

 

2014

Soft Machines @ Impakt Festival, Utrecht, NL

Step and Repeat @ MOCA, Los Angeles, CA

Daughter of the Bad Girls @ Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, US

 

2013

Performa 13 After Hours @ New York, NY

Dark Markets @ Central Utah Artist’s Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Hymns for Mr. Suzuki @ Abrons Center, New York, NY

Uncanny Visions @ Aux Space at Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

It’s about you and me @ Abc No Rio in Exile, New York, NY

Art Broadcasting @ Franklin Street Works, Stamford, CT

 

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Art Fairs

 

ALAC 2017

 

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Press

 

2016

Cascone, Sarah. 14 Emerging Women Artists to Watch in 2017. artnet news, December.

Wagley, Catherine. Husbands Are Really Good for Material. ArtNews, October.

Banks, Grace. Ann Hirsch: Overall the Internet has Become More Pornographic. Forbes, April.

Sauer, Emine. Digital Artist Ann Hirsch on Why Her ‘Singing Vagina' Empowers Women and Terrifies Men. The Guardian, March.

Smee, Sebastian. Hijacking Chatrooms, YouTube, and Reality TV. Boston Globe, January.

Archey, Karen. Future Greats. ArtReview, January.

 

2015

Jansen, Char. Shame, Narcissism, and Online Empathy: Ann Hirsch’s Multiple Selves. ArtSlant, November.

Diehl, Travis. Critics’ Picks, Los Angeles. ArtForum, November.

Ballard, Thea. Messy Networks: Tactical Visibility in Ann Hirsch’s ‘horny lil feminist’. Modern Painters, October.

Fateman, Johanna. Women on the Verge: Art, Feminism, and Social Media. ArtForum, April.

 

2014

Quaintance, Morgan. Performance Reviews: Ann Hirsch Playground. Art Monthly, September.

Shen Goodman, Matthew. Verbatim: Ann Hirsch. Art in America, June.

Galperina, Marina. Artist’s Notebook: Ann Hirsch. AnimalNewYork.com, April.

Davies-Crook, Susanna. Is the Net Gendered? Sleek Magazine, Spring Issue.

 

2013

Schildhause, Chloe. Ann Hirsch. Flaunt Magazine, December Issue.

Alvarez, Ana Cecilia. Ann Hirsch talks to Jason Biddies. Topical Cream, December.

Alcorn, Stan. An E-Book That Tells the Story of Adolescent Sexuality. Fast Coexist, December.

Bess, Gabby. Artist Ann Hirsch Recreates AOL Cybersex. NY Mag, November.

Indrisek, Scott. Ann Hirsch Turns 90s Web Chat into Performance Art. Black Book Mag, October.

Fateman, Johanna. Ann Hirsch 500 words. Artforum, October.

Weigel, Moira. Portrait of the internet as a young girl. Rhizome, September.

Johnson, Paddy. Brooklyn Art Stars. L Magazine, March.

 

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