Jim Drain is an American artist who makes work as a solo artist as well as collaboratively. His work pushes the boundaries of what is considered sculpture by incorporating the visual language of furniture making, garment design, photography, and collage into his pieces. He combines textiles and found materials into his sculptures, employing a bold and lush color palette. He is part of the art and music collective Forcefield, which was featured in the 2002 Whitney Biennial and the current traveling exhibition from Rhode Island School of Design, “What Nerve!”
Jim Drain (b. 1975) has exhibited at Prism Gallery, Los Angeles, the De la Cruz Collection, Miami, Blanton Museum, Austin, Texas and Drantmann Gallery, Brussels.
His work is in the collections of Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway, Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida, Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, Rhode Island; and Museum of Modern Art, New York
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