Nicole Eisenman, Scarsdale High Class of ‘83, has been invited to take part in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s (SFMoMA) upcoming exhibit, The Air We Breathe, displaying the work of thirty visual artists and eight poets exploring the subject of equal rights for same-sex couples, particularly in regards to same-sex marriage.
Nicole’s first solo exhibition was held at the Trial Balloon in New York back in 1993, and she immediately developed a reputation for her bracing, unapologetic style. She has since been an extremely active New York-based artist with solo exhibitions featuring mixed media exhibitions, sculptures and paintings. She has displayed her work at the Tilton Gallery and the Leo Koenig Gallery, as well as the 1995 Whitney Biennial, among many others.
SFMoMA already has some of Nicole’s other work on display, as does the New York Museum of Modern Art, The Museum Ludwig in Cologne and others, showing the deep respect that her work has garnered over the years.
For more information on The Air We Breathe, check out the exhibit’s homepage here.