Hoo hoo hoo

Hoo hoo hoo

Dasha Shishkin

12 September - 08 November, 2019


We are thrilled to announce the start of the season with the solo exhibition “hoo hoo hoo” by Dasha Shishkin.


In the last decades Shishkin has generated a unique and rich plastic language from a revision of the figurative pictorial tradition. Dasha Shishkin’s interest lies in the important role of the human figure in the history of painting and its relationship with the spatial surroundings in which the artist features her work. The prominence of line over color and the use of symbolic references to represent eroticism are characteristic of the artist’s work, as well as a critical review of femininity and the feminine body in her paintings and drawings.


We look forward to seeing you next Thursday! We count with the collaboration of Estrella Damm. They will be serving cold beers to welcome the season!


Dasha Shishkin (b. 1977, Moscow, Russia) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

She has been featured in solo and group exhibitions internationally at institutions including: “Tram Pam Pam”, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder (2017); “Imaginary Portraits of Prince Igor”, the Gallery Met, The Metropolitan Opera, New York (2014); “One Torino: Shit and Die”, Palazzo Cavour, Torino (2014); “erry icket”, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara (2013); “I Surrender, Dear”, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati (2012); “Gaiety is the most outstanding feature of the Soviet Union: Art from Russia”, Saatchi Gallery, London (2012); “Monanism”, Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania (2011); “Living with Art: Collecting Contemporary in Metro New York”, Neuberger Museum of Art in Purchase, New York (2010); “Embrace”, Denver Art Museum, Denver (2009); “World Receiver”, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg (2007).


She is represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; and Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.