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Rachel Harrison was born on 1966 in New York, New York, United States. Discover Rachel Harrison’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?
|Age||54 years old|
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Rachel Harrison Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Timeline of Rachel Harrison
In October 2019 Harrison is having a show, entitled, Life Hack at The Whitney Museum of Art.
In 2013, Harrison received her first public art commission for the sculpture Moore to the Point in the Dallas City Hall Plaza, part of the Nasher Sculpture Center’s Nasher XChange exhibition. This piece points to and frames Henry Moore’s sculpture, Three Forms Vertebrae near Dallas City Hall. The work calls attention to how people interact with works of public art.
Since then, her works have been fabricated using a wide range of materials, such as honey, cans of peas, papier-mâché, and trash bags. By using everyday goods and objects, Harrison frequently takes on the subject of consumer culture. In an interview, she writes “I want people to be real with art, to be conscious and present with the object in order to experience it.” She also often confronts popular culture and celebrity with her work. For instance, in her 2012 exhibition The Help, her pieces featured the singer Amy Winehouse and the artist Martin Kippenberger.
In 2011 Harrison was awarded the Calder Prize and residency. She has also been featured in the New Yorker.
In 1996 Harrison had her first exhibition, entitled Should home windows or shutters be required to withstand a direct hit from an eight-foot-long two-by-four shot from a cannon at 34 miles an hour, without creating a hole big enough to let through a three-inch sphere?, at the Arena Gallery in New York City founded by Art curator and dealer Renee Riccardo who said in an interview “No one at the time knew what to make of Harrison’s unusual work but many major critics including Roberta Smith of the New York Times felt compelled to write about”. In this show, Harrison established her predilection for producing sculptures that juxtapose a unique combination of found, purchased, and received items. The title of the show was appropriated from a photo in The New York Times about housing improvement following the hurricane Andrew.
Harrison taught art classes at elementary schools for the nonprofit organization LeAp throughout the 1990s. She was hired by Columbia University in 1999, where she taught photography and later, sculpture. She has also taught in the art departments of Yale University, Cooper Union, and Bard College.
Rachel Harrison (born 1966, New York) is an American visual artist who is primarily known for her assemblage work and sculpture, but she has also engaged in performance art and drawing, and photography. Her work often incorporates elements of photography and found objects, sometimes layering abstract forms with industrially manufactured elements. She lives and works in New York.
Harrison was born in 1966 in New York. Harrison’s mother was born in New Jersey and her father was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her parents were both of Polish and Russian Jewish descent. In 1989 she attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art from Wesleyan University, where she was strongly influenced by two teachers, sculptor Jeffrey Schiff and composer Alvin Lucier.