Ian Pedigo primarily conceives of his artworks as elements of a larger system, where individual sculptures play off of each other in exhibition spaces that he has altered and manipulated. Pedigo also makes intimately scaled works meant to be viewed singularly, like his fresco pieces that combine visual elements that allude to past, present, and future. Pedigo’s slippery references point to cultures of another time, another dimension, or another reality.View CV
Whitney acquires Ian Pedigo collage
Ian Pedigo, Untitled, 2006 is now part of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s permanent collection.
Ian Pedigo An Archeological Language
Ian Pedigo’s work is featured in the 5th edition of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD.
Ian Pedigo - Titanium Pro
Stephen Maine reviews Accumulations of Matter, Ian Pedigo's second solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend, in the June issue of Art in America.
Essays by Chris Sharp, Lillian Davis, and Ryan Doherty. Published by Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG). 84 page, full color images, hard cover book.
An Article from Distant Memory, A Necklace of Broken Windows, Skeleton, a solo exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, was reviewed by Michael Wilson.