Edwin Schlossberg

Edwin Schlossberg

You Considering Stillness, 2008

Biography


Edwin Schlossberg’s artwork portrays words as art, turning poems into visual objects to make them more accessible for the viewer. He has worked in a variety of mediums, including vinyl, plexiglass, aluminum and copper. His works have appeared in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally, and can be found in private collections and museums, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art. In addition to his accomplishments in visual art and poetry, Schlossberg is the Founder and Principal Designer for ESI Design, a leading experience design firm in New York.

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Exhibitions

Jan 12 – Feb 13, 2019 Edwin Schlossberg Assignments and Earlier Works

May 24 – Aug 18, 2017 Group Show Art on the Front Lines

Oct 18 – Nov 15, 2014 Edwin Schlossberg From Here

Jan 07 – Feb 11, 2012 Edwin Schlossberg Beneath Suddenly

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From Here Portfolio

Edwin Schlossberg

From Here Portfolio

edition of 30

book of 44 unbound pages on handmade paper by ULAE in a box

Edwin Schlossberg

You Approach an Edge, 2008

acrylic on aluminum

Edwin Schlossberg

You Considering Stillness, 2008

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You Being Alone, 2008

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You Get Attached, 2008

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H from Conscious Alphabet, 2006

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P from Conscious Alphabet, 2006

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W from Conscious Alphabet, 2006

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Everything Measured, 2002

ink and graphite on vellum

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From Here, 2014

From Here, 2014

installation view

From Here, 2014

installation view

Edwin Schlossberg, 2007

installation view

Reflecting on Culture, 2005

installation view

Reflecting on Culture, 2005

installation view

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From Here, 2014

installation view

From Here, 2014

installation view

Edwin Schlossberg, 2007

installation view

Reflecting on Culture, 2005

installation view

Reflecting on Culture, 2005

installation view

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