Outside Her House, 2009
Outside Her House, 2009. David Salle (b1954) is an American painter, printmaker, and stage designer who helped define postmodern sensibility by combining figuration with a varied pictorial language of multi-imagery. His paintings and prints comprise what appear to be randomly juxtaposed images, or images placed on top of one other with deliberately ham-fisted techniques.
David Salle at Maureen Paley, London •
Maureen Paley is pleased to present the second solo exhibition by David Salle at the gallery. Salle lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and is known for the crucial role his work played in the discussions around postmodernism in contemporary art. Taught by John Baldessari in the 70’s at UCLA he is considered part …
David Salle New Paintings Skarstedt Gallery Pop art from one of the original creators. Feels a little sloppy and rushed, maybe give it up. Not feeling the energy and love in these pieces. Check out...
David Salle - Old Bottles - Contemporary Art
David Salle - Old Bottles - The artists images come from a variety of sources. David Salle puts these images together in a painting the way another artist might create a collage using scraps of paper. View paintings online at The Saatchi Gallery - London contemporary art gallery.
David Salle - part 1
This part 1 of a two-part post on the works of American painter David Salle. David Salle is one of the most significant American artists to have emerged in the early 1980s. His unique style of painting was influential in the international revival of large-scale, figurative painting that characterized much of the artistic production of this decade. Salle was born in 1952 in Norman, Oklahoma. In 1970 he went to the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, where he worked with John…