In 1977, Jenny Holzer began to paste posters on the streets of New York City: anonymous, alphabetical lists of concise statements on subjects including capitalism, class, sex, and love. In the years
since, Holzer’s pithy, often enigmatic messages have infi ltrated everyday life through materials from benches and LEDs to condom wrappers and tea sets. A cross-section of these objects is included in Holzer’s new installation, which spans the artist’s career to date.
Principal exhibition support for Jenny Holzer is provided by Anne and Gregory Avis. Major exhibition support is provided by the VIA Art Fund. Contributing exhibition support is provided by the Barbara Lee Family Foundation.