Irene Caesar, Ph.D. is an artist-provocateur who creates absurd performances documented by photography as ideological and aesthetic subversions. She is a mid-career artist with her artworks in four American Museums and gallery representation all over the world.
In 2010, Irene Caesar participated in two major group shows at the Alexandre Gertsman Gallery, SoHo, NYC which represents her in NY, alongside such world-famous artists as Komar & Melamid, Grisha Bruskin, and Natalia Nesterova. In 2011 she participated in the group show from the Kolodzei Art Foundation Collection at the Chelsea Art Museum alongside such world-famous artists as Mihail Chemiakin, Komar and Melamid, Oscar Rabin, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Dmitri Plavinsky, Ernst Neizvestny, and Natalia Nesterova; as well as in Artantique Fair in Utrecht, Netherlands, represented by the Eduard Planting Gallery. In 2012, she will have a major solo show "A New History of Ideas in Pictures" at the Moscow House of Photography, one of the most important Photography Museums in Europe. The selection of this show will be exhibited at the Eduard Planting Gallery in Amsterdam. Irene Caesar was born in 1963 in St. Petersburg, Russia. She lives in the NYC.
Irene Caesar's art on the Web
Irene Caesar's AutoGallery exhibit