Acrylic on canvas - Unframed.
Note that this artwork will be sent rolled in a tube if shipped outside the United States. This method is especially safe for large works.
Rolled works can be easily stretched (for canvas works, i.e. placed onto wooden stretcher bars) and/or framed by a local framer upon arrival.
Dannielle Tegeder is an American abstract painter working in the expanded field. Her multi-media practice is inspired by abstract art history and informed by architecture, and is rooted in a desire to make invisible systems visible.
Tegeder has called her compositions “plans for Utopian spaces.” Her distinctive visual language mobilizes a personal, abstract cosmology that echoes early modernist abstraction, from Constructivism and Suprematism, to Neo-Concrete artists like Gego and Lygia Clark, to the absurdist technical drawings of Francis Picabia.
Dannielle Teneger has been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums around the world, including at PS1/MOMA, The Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, The New Museum, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
Her works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and The Weatherspoon Museum of Art in Greensboro, NC, among others.