The FLAG Art Foundation presents a two-decade survey of Dan Fischer’s graphite-on-paper drawings, on view May 1-August 13, 2021, on its 10th floor. Consisting of more than fifty works that span 1999 to 2021, the exhibition is organized to highlight Fischer’s iterative and meticulous reworking of canonical artists and artworks as a means of exploring the nature of the photographic medium, image appropriation, and mechanical reproduction.
Dan Fischer (b. 1977, Brooklyn, NY) is an artist living and working in Long Island, NY. Fischer earned a BFA and a Minor in Art History from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, Alfred, NY, in 1999. He has mounted solo exhibitions at Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY; Alison Jacques Gallery, London, UK; and ACME., Los Angeles, CA. Fischer’s work has been featured in recent group exhibitions, including Drawn Together Again, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY (2019); Introspective, BravinLee programs, New York, NY (2016); Year After Year: Drawings from the UBS Art Collection, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Milan, Italy (2014); Top Drawer: Select Drawings from the High’s Collection, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (2014); among others. His drawings are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Tate, London; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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