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Artist for New York Limited Edition T-shirt

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Artists for New York' is a major initiative to raise funds in support of a group of pioneering non-profit visual arts organizations across New York City that have been profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The project brings together dozens of works committed by foremost artists across generations, from both within and outside of the gallery's program, that will be sold to benefit these institutions that have played a significant role in shaping the city's rich cultural history and will play a critical role in its future recovery.

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  • Limited Edition Jenny Holzer for Artists for New York T-shirt
  • Featuring the artist’s ‘Survival’ (1983-85) this limited-edition T-shirt supports a group of New York City non-profit art spaces that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Hauser & Wirth is foregoing any fee or commission on the sales, and all artists have agreed to donate their artwork so that at least half of the sale proceeds go to the identified New York nonprofits.
  • 4 sizes available: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large

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The Artist

Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer is an American conceptual and installation artist whose work deploys text in public spaces across an array of media, including electronic and LED signs, carved stone, billboards, and printed materials. Closely aligned with the feminist art movement, Holzer’s oeuvre provokes public debate and illuminates social and political injustice. Celebrated for her inimitable use of language and interventions in the public sphere, Holzer creates a powerful tension between the realms of feeling and knowledge, with a practice that encompasses both individual and collective experiences of power and violence, vulnerability and tenderness.
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