Cady Noland  (American, 1956) 

Cady Noland (American, b.1956) is an artist engaged in a mixture of Pop art and Minimalist sculpture and installation. Noland was born in Washington D.C. and attended Sarah Lawrence College in New York City. She had her first solo exhibition at White Columns in New York City in 1989 and since then, has had her work shown all over the world, including at the 1991 Whitney Biennial and Documenta 9. Noland uses everyday objects such as police barricades, tabloid photographs, and construction materials to explore the intersection between the fantasy and reality of American identity. Noland’s 1989 exhibition, Crate of Beer, at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, PA, in which she set up scaffolding in front of stacks of Budweiser beer, illustrated her interest in exploring how the American dream is represented culturally. She has also worked extensively with the idea of celebrity and tabloids. In particular, her 1989 series Tanya as a Bandit and Untitled Patty Hearst, explored Patty Hearst’s celebrity status in relation to her criminal activity. In 1989, her work Oozewald was sold for $6.6 million, making it the highest priced artwork ever sold by a living female artist. As of 2013, it had been 11 years since she had held a public exhibition of her work.

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Cady Noland, Untitled (William Randolph Hearst)


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Untitled (William Randolph Hearst)

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Cady Noland, Car parts and equipment


Cady Noland
Car parts and equipment, 1989
metal basket, car parts, beer cans


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Cady Noland, Untitled (3 works)


Cady Noland
Untitled (3 works), 1991


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Cady Noland, Untitled


Cady Noland
cardboard, paint


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