Born in Pasadena in 1963, Pae White seeks inspiration for her work in the most eclectic sources of art history and pop culture.
Her work blurs the boundaries between the visual arts and design. Aspects of her own life and elements of different cultures are directly interwoven in many of her works – including for example her contribution to the “Münster Sculpture Projects 2007”. Three large majolica
bells for this project were made in the Nymphenburg master workshops.
Pae White lives and works in Los Angeles.
Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums, e.g. in the Art Institute of Chicago (2011), in the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington (2007), in the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles (2004) and in the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in New York. Her work is to be seen in the most important biennial exhibitions for contemporary art, e.g. in 2010 at the Whitney Biennial in New York, in 2009 at the 53rd Biennial in Venice, and in 2003 at Utopia Station at the 50th Venice Biennial.