James Clar  (American, 1979) 

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James Clar, Standard Observer

 

James Clar
Standard Observer
2012

Galería Senda
James Clar, Second

 

James Clar
Second
Galería Senda
James Clar, Bounce

 

James Clar
Bounce
2013

Galería Senda
James Clar, SO Big

 

James Clar
SO Big
2013

Galería Senda
James Clar, NASDAQ Recursive Loop

 

James Clar
NASDAQ Recursive Loop
2012

Galería Senda
James Clar, Freefall v8

 

James Clar
Freefall v8
2013

Galería Senda
James Clar, Water Cycle

 

James Clar
Water Cycle
2013

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James Clar, Lightning Strikes

 

James Clar
Lightning Strikes
2013

Galería Senda
James Clar, Nemo

 

James Clar
Nemo
2012

Galería Senda
1979   Born in USA
2010   Art Hong Kong, represented by Galerie Caprice Horn, Hong Kong, China
2010   What goes around comes around, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin, Germany (solo)
2009   Group exhibition coordinated by Esquire magazine, including artists Antony Gormley, Jeremy Deller, Terence Koh, Richard Woods, Jan De Cock, and more, Somerset House, London
2008   Group exhibition coordinated by Chanel with art container designed by Zaha Hadid. Included works from Yoko Ono, Wim Delvoye, and Sophie Calle, Chanel Mobile Art, Tokyo, Japan
2006   New Spanish Architects, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
2005   Milan Triennale, Milan, Italy 2004 Group exhibition, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, USA
2003   Group exhibition, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, USA
  Collections:

Rolex, Dubai
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Science and Innovation, Tokyo