Chakaia BOOKER

"In her prints, Booker transforms the static nature of two-dimensional works into dense, patterned compositions almost buzzing with frenetic energy."
- Hallie Ringle, Hugh Kaul Curator for Contemporary Art, The Birmingham Museum of Art.

Internationally renowned American sculptor Chakaia Booker transforms recycled rubber tires, stainless steel, and fabric into monumental sculptures that take on commercialism, consumption, capitalism, and feminism. In 2009, she brought her innovative sensibility to an in-depth exploration of printmaking, producing over 100 unique chine collé prints at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in collaboration with master printmakers Phil Sanders and Justin Sanz.

Her works are held in several prestigious public and private collections and exhibited across the US, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Recent public installation highlights include Millennium Park in Chicago and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC.
Chakaia Booker - The Print Club of New York - four block woodcut - detail Sold
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BOOKER, Chakaia

Four block woodcut, printed on 65 pieces of cutout chine-collé on wove paper, 2011.Edition of 200. Printed at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Work...

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