Linda Lindroth
Loos, 2013
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
72 x 44 in.
Edition of 3
 

Linda Lindroth
Dresden, 2012
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 3
 

Linda Lindroth
Gillette, 2013
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
40 x 27 in.
a.p.
 

Linda Lindroth
Kazimir, 2012
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 3
 

Linda Lindroth
Kusama, 2016
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
48.5 x 60 in.
Edition of 5
 

Linda Lindroth
Vision, 2015
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
36 x 24 in.
Edition of 12
 

Linda Lindroth
White Squares, 2016
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
48.5 x 60 in.
Edition of 5
 

Linda Lindroth
Que Serra, 2017
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 5
 

Linda Lindroth
Blue Pebbles in the Key of C, 2015
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 5
 

Linda Lindroth
Fab, 2018
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
36 x 24 in.
Edition of 12
 

Linda Lindroth
Elsa, 2012
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 3
 

Linda Lindroth
Nocturn for Whistler, 2014
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 5

Linda Lindroth
Crepe Yellow, 2015
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Natural paper
55 x 44 in.
Edition of 5
 

Linda Lindroth: Trickster in Flatland at Artisan Lofts

Open by appointment

February 20 – August 30, 2020

On view by appointment only from February 19 - August 30, 2020 at the Artisan Lofts at 143 Reade Street, New York, NY 10013. The exhibition will be culled from Lindroth’s ongoing series, Trickster in Flatland. The series features large-scale, archival pigment prints of vintage cardboard boxes and other ephemera. Manipulated, folded, and flattened, these saturated, jewel-tone planes become playgrounds for visual puns and art historical allusions. These once small, quotidien objects are transformed into large, abstracted visual icons. The work reveals such tangible texture that they appear as trompe l’oeil collages. The commercial origins of Lindroth’s subjects work as a call back to TriBeCa’s mercantile and industrial history. Please contact Liz Garvey at liz@garveysimon.com or 917.796.2146 for inquiries and appointments.