Sun Visor (Snow White)
Jim Lambie (1964) is one of Scotland's foremost artists. Together with Claire Barclay and Simon Starling, he represented Scotland at the Venice Biennale in 2003 and was short-listed for the Turner Prize in 2005.
Lambie makes art from materials and objects he has to hand. As well as mirrors, vinyl records and men’s shirts, he transforms record sleeves into sculptures, and ladders and tape into installations, turning even the most commonplace objects into sources of enchantment.
This is a varied edition print 50.
Archival pigment print with spray paint
57 x 76 cm image and paper
Printed by: Murray Robertson
Glasgow Print Studio editions are commissioned and published by Glasgow Print Studio
About the Artist
Jim Lambie’s playful and imaginative work in collage, installation and sculpture creates an immediate visual impact and shows his interest in the psychology of space and colour. Using materials such as glitter, paint, mirror and vinyl tape, he assembles, alters and embellishes rooms and ordinary objects such as chairs, clothes, doors and posters. Lambie’s work reflects his everyday surroundings and makes sharp-eyed references to aspects of contemporary society whilst letting us get close to his working processes and experiments carried out in his studio.
Jim Lambie (born 1964 in Glasgow) studied Fine Art at The Glasgow School of Art (1990–94). He was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2005. Solo exhibitions include: Shaved Ice, The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2012); Beach Boy, Pier Arts Centre, Orkney (2011); Unknown Pleasures, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (2008); Kebabylon, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2003); and Voidoid, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (1999). Group exhibitions include: 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014); Color Chart: Reinventing Color, 1950 to Today, Museum of Modern Art, New York (2008); 54th Carnegie International, Pittsburgh (2004); ZENOMAP, Venice Biennale (2003); and Painting at the Edge of the World, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2001). He lives and works in Glasgow.