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Cole Sternberg

Cole Sternberg (b. 1979, United States of America) creates poetic paintings, installations, video works, and texts that focus on a range of social issues. His subtle and subversive works elegantly address humanity and its impact on social progression and development. They demonstrate an interest in current issues surrounding human rights activism and its relationship to the law, the plight of the environment, as well as the media and concepts of content overload.

Sternberg graduated with a BA from Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA, followed by a JD from the American University, Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA. He recently completed a residency at Art Lab 21, Bonn and Berlin, Germany, and was awarded the GSM Artz Acquisition Award, Zona Maco, Mexico in 2017. Sternberg has recently presented solo exhibitions at MAMA, Berlin, Germany (2017); LAXART, Los Angeles, California, USA (2016); MAMA, Los Angeles, California, USA; ARTed House and MAMA, East Hampton, New York, USA (2015); ARTed House, Wainscott, New York, USA; David B. Smith Gallery, Denver, Colorado, USA (2013); Primary Projects, Caruso Art and Flaunt Magazine, Miami, Florida, USA (2012). He has also recently participated in notable group exhibitions at the Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, California, USA; the Praz-Delavallade, Los Angeles, California, USA (2018); El Segundo Museum of Art, El Segundo, California, USA (2017); Art in Odd Places, New York, USA; Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Los Angeles, California, USA (2016); MAMA, Los Angeles, California, USA (2014); e105 Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2013); Deutsche Telekom (Detecon), Cologne, Germany (2012); Hochhaus Hansa (Ruhr.2010 Museum), Dortmund, Germany; and Transparenz, Detecon International GmbH (presented by e105 Gallery), Bonn, Germany (2010). Sternberg lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.

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Cole Sternberg (b. 1979, United States of America) creates poetic paintings, installations, video works, and texts that focus on a range of social issues. His subtle and subversive works elegantly address humanity and its impact on social progression and development. They demonstrate an interest in current issues surrounding human rights activism and its relationship to the law, the plight of the environment, as well as the media and concepts of content overload.

Sternberg graduated with a BA from Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA, followed by a JD from the American University, Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA. He recently completed a residency at Art Lab 21, Bonn and Berlin, Germany, and was awarded the GSM Artz Acquisition Award, Zona Maco, Mexico in 2017. Sternberg has recently presented solo exhibitions at MAMA, Berlin, Germany (2017); LAXART, Los Angeles, California, USA (2016); MAMA, Los Angeles, California, USA; ARTed House and MAMA, East Hampton, New York, USA (2015); ARTed House, Wainscott, New York, USA; David B. Smith Gallery, Denver, Colorado, USA (2013); Primary Projects, Caruso Art and Flaunt Magazine, Miami, Florida, USA (2012). He has also recently participated in notable group exhibitions at the Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, California, USA; the Praz-Delavallade, Los Angeles, California, USA (2018); El Segundo Museum of Art, El Segundo, California, USA (2017); Art in Odd Places, New York, USA; Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Los Angeles, California, USA (2016); MAMA, Los Angeles, California, USA (2014); e105 Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2013); Deutsche Telekom (Detecon), Cologne, Germany (2012); Hochhaus Hansa (Ruhr.2010 Museum), Dortmund, Germany; and Transparenz, Detecon International GmbH (presented by e105 Gallery), Bonn, Germany (2010). Sternberg lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.

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