Exhibiting internationally since the early 1990s, Suzanne McClelland’s practice includes both large-scale paintings and works on paper, often extracting fragments of speech or text from various political and cultural sources and exploring the symbolic and material possibilities that reside within language.
McClelland has been included in five IPCNY New Prints shows, the first of which dates back to 2001. Most recently Suzanne participated in IPCNY’s The Master Printer and the Collaborative Process: Conversations from the Print Studio in 2012. The exhibition mirrored the publication entitled Conversation from the Print Studio: A Master Printer in Collaboration with Ten Artists, co-authored by Elizabeth Hodermarsky, Stuphin Family Senior Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery and Master Printer Craig Zammiello.
In 2016 Team Gallery will release a monograph Suzanne McClelland: 36-24-36 with an essay by Thierry de Duve, distributed by D.A.P. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT.