American artist Stephanie Hirsch creates conceptual objects that explore themes of self-transformation and awareness. Using mediums often associated with women’s work, Hirsch pairs words and images to metaphorically represent notions of strength, courage, humanity, rebirth and renewal. Stitched together with a feminist bent, her works delve deep beneath the shimmering surface to contemplate the meaning of words, images, and reality.
Hirsch has exhibited at numerous museums and participated in numerous art fairs, such as Art Miami, Miami, Florida (2016), and Art Southampton, Southampton, New York (2016). Hirsch’s work is part of the permanent collection at the Newcomb Museum at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. In 2012, Hirsch was commissioned by beauty brand Erno Lazlo to create a window installation for Harrod’s London, in celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. In 2015 Hirsch completed her artist residency at P3 Studio, curated in partnership with the nonprofit Art Production Fund at the Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas, where she presented #LightSeeker, an aesthetically charged interactive installation. In early 2018, Hirsch was included in Flora, a group show at Cornell Art Museum, Delray Beach, Florida. She was also selected by ArtLeadHER and the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation to participate in Senses & Perception at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, New Jersey. Hirsch’s work was published in 50 Contemporary Women Artists in the world at large release date Oct 28, 2018