Jim Isermann: Redwood Bandana
Jim Isermann's Redwood design is inspired by the bark of the redwood trees nearby his cabin in Sonoma, CA. Digitally printed on 100% cotton 23" x 23" made in San Francisco by Open Editions. See the matching masks here.
Jim Isermann has created numerous commissioned installations for public spaces such as UCLA Hammer Museum (2006), Yale University Art Museum (2007), Princeton University (2008). His most recent exhibitions include Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Corvi Mora, London, Deitch Projects, New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Hammer Museum, Portikus, Frankfurt and the Magasin, Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Grenoble. His work was also included in several group exhibitions including MOMA, New York, MOCA, Los Angeles, and Musee d'art et d'histoire, Geneva. Isermann has received several prestigious awards, among them, The Guggenheim Fellowship (2001), two National Endowment for the Arts—Visual Arts Fellowships (1987 and 1984) and the California Community Foundation's J. Paul Getty Fellowship for the Visual Arts (1999). Isermann lives in Palm Springs and is represented by Richard Telles Fine Art, Praz-Delavallade and Corvi-Mora.