We are proud to announce that the Museum of Fine Arts Houston has acquired the work of Jennifer Greenburg. Two acquisitions by the Museum were matched by one gift from a private collection to make three works by the Artist now in the permanent collection. This selection represents a smartly chosen set of work from the Revising History series with one early work, one later work, and one work that speaks to a repeating theme.
Something funny happened in the kitchen, 2010, also in the collection of MoCP, Chicago, was the Artist’s first successful work executed in the Revising History series. I was a vendor of drink, not love 2018 is exemplary of latter works; it is strong, dark, and directly references art historical work and deeper layers of context. It was finally my day! 2015, donated by private collector, draws on a specific theme the artist revisits, the beauty pageant.
We thank the Museum for their patronage and look forward to viewing these works in context with the collection.
Jennifer Greenburg’s work ranges in price from $1,800 - $10,000 depending on series, size, and availability. Make an inquiry.