Lately, I just can’t seem to get enough of Jen Stark.
For those of us in LA, we’re lucky enough to be able to spot Stark dripping into the bathroom at Gagosian Beverly Hills, now through September.
But her art hasn’t been confined to the west coast. As music swept Chicago for last weekend’s Lallapalooza, her Cosmographic appeared among that of Swoon and street-artist-turned-Art Alliance: The Provocateurs-curator, Shepard Fairey. The contemporary and street art exhibition was the first visual art exhibition to partner with the 23-year-old music festival, with portion of proceeds donated to CAPE.
Before that, Glow‘s combination of rainbow-colored and holographic paper swirled viewers into another of Stark’s nature and cosmos inspired vortexes. The piece was a big hit at last month’s Art Market Hamptons.
And up the coast, her “Driptych” is part of a recent billboard art trend (keep your eyes peeled for Art Everywhere this August) in Art City’s Way Out West. It can be seen in San Francisco through August 17.