5 edition of Christian Holstad found in the catalog.
September 9, 2006
by Museum of Contemporary Art
Written in English
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Christian Holstad’s practice is broad and includes ornate collages, artfully erased newspaper photographs, enigmatic installation works, and cloth assemblages. With materials that are usually modest and simple, he expresses a strikingly alien experience of civilization. He often evokes political subversion, but never attempts to carry the burden of a clear-cut message or heavy-handed. is the online home of Christian Book Distributors (CBD), the world's largest distributor of Christian resources. For over 25 years we've offered Christian books, music, Bibles, videos, software, gifts and more at the lowest prices and with unbeatable service.
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Christian Holstad. Lives and works in New York BornAnaheim, California Education: BFA Kansas City Art Institute Residency: John Michael Kohler Arts Program Solo Exhibitions New Positions, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; C.O.P., works from the de la Cruz collection, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale; Christian Holstad (born ) is an American contemporary artist based in Brooklyn, New York received his BFA at the Kansas City Art Institute in His work is included in collections at the Museum of Modern Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and the Born: (age 46–47), Anaheim, California, US.
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HANGING ON THE WALL OF CHRISTIAN HOLSTAD'S Brooklyn studio is a string of shiny cardboard letters that reads INFECT OTHERS. Just a suggestion, really, but one that couldn't be plainer about the artist's intentions.
There's a slyly evangelical tone to Holstad's work; it aims to repudiate bad faith in a time seemingly piled high with it. In his installations, performances, collages, and drawings, Christian Holstad mixes high and low culture to explore issues of gay identity.
He is known for his labor-intensive collages (which often depict erotic couplings of men whose bodies are cut out of decorative patterns in magazines) and his use of craft techniques like quilting, knitting, and : Christian Holstad.
Christian Holstad, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan Containers on the Beach, Art Basel Miami Beach: Art Positions, Miami The Terms of Endearment (catalog), curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami Leather Beach, Prince Deli (Daniel Reich Gallery), New York Beautiful Lies You Could Live in, Victoria Miro Gallery.“The Book of Hours,” the title of Christian Holstad’s debut at Andrew Kreps’s new location, is painted across the gallery’s front doors, a cue to visitors that they are stepping into an allegorical space—a loose, modern take on the eponymous medieval manuscript used as a daily prayer manual during the fifteenth century.
Inside, a garden of soft sculptures, wielded from crocheted Author: Emily Weiner.Christian Holstad’s erased newsprint photographs, known collectively as the Erasurehead series, began as a way of killing time.
Working as a waiter in a restaurant after graduation from art college, Holstad began to erase the images in newspapers while waiting for customers, finding that the action of rubbing out became a way of probing the complex depths of each image.