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  Eric Doeringer
Spot Painting, 2012, household gloss on canvas, 33x51in. (84x130cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Empire
2012, digital video, unique, 8 hours

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©Eric Doeringer
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Eric Doeringer
60 Years Later, Coming Through The Rye (sequel to Richard Prince's The Catcher In The Rye)
2012, artist book, perfect bound, 288 pages, edition of 150, 7.75x5in. (20x13cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Arcs, Circles & Grids (after Sol LeWitt)
2011, artist book, 208 pages black and white, each edition of 1000, each 7.5x7.5in. (19x19cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Untitled (Cowboys)
2011, archival inkjet print, each edition of 2, each approx. 20x24in. (51x61cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
I Went (after On Kawara)
2010-2011, ink on laser print, 400 pages in series housed in two binders, each approx. 8.5x11in (22x25cm)

also avialable as a limited edition
2010-2011, ink on laser print, 16 pages in series housed in a single binder, edition of 25, 8.5x11in (22x25cm)

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Eric Doeringer
Records (after Ed Ruscha)
2011, artist book, 72 pages, color plates, each edition of 1000, each 7x5.5in (18x14cm)


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©Eric Doeringer
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Eric Doeringer
Arcs, Circles and Grids
(after Sol LeWitt)
2011, artist book, 208 pages black and white, each edition of 1000, each 7.5x7.5in (19x19cm)

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©Eric Doeringer
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Eric Doeringer
All My Clothes (After Charles Ray)
2010, 16 archival digital prints mounted on board with over mat, edition of 10, 9x60in. (23x162cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Throwing Three Balls In The Air To Get A Straight Line (after John Baldessari)
2010, 14 offset prints in a diecut foil stamped envelope, edition of 200, 9x12in. (23x30cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
The Xeroxed Book
2010, bound photocopies, 185 pages, edition of 250, 8.5x11in. (22x25cm.)

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Eric Doeringer,
Stains (after Ed Ruscha)
2009, 78 page portfolio including 75 stains on paper and one stain on box interior, edition of 10, each page approx. 12x11in. (31x28cm.) box approx. 13x12x1in. (32x29x3cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Real Estate Opportunities and
Some Los Angeles Apartments
(after Ed Ruscha)
2009, artist book, 48 pages black and white, each edition of 1000, each 4x6in. (17x14cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Wall Drawings(after Sol LeWitt)
2008-2010, pencil, dimensions variable

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Eric Doeringer
I Got Up (after On Kawara)
2012, stamps and ink on postcards, approx. 4x6in. (10.2x15.2cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Art Basel VIP Card
2006, double sided serigraph on polystrene, edition of 15, 2x3.5in. (3x9cm.)

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Eric Doeringer
Whitney Museum Stickers
2007, vinyl labels, edition of 200, 11x53in. (28x135cm.)

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ERIC DOERINGER


Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Born USA | 1974

From the sidewalks of Chelsea to high profile private collections, Eric Doeringer's deviant appropriations would be at home in either locale. Belying the order of the art institution, the Brooklyn based artist exploits the iconic imagery of his contemporaries.

Doeringer’s practice is conceptually-based and he works in a variety of media. Notably in his series Bootleg, Doeringer aligns himself with artists and aesthetic satirists who dispel the myths of social hierarchy to unveil disorder and subvert systems. Doeringer creates small unauthorized copies of contemporary artworks by more than 100 different artists. By denouncing authorship through reproduction and imitation, Doeringer mocks the designation of value within the interchangeable margins of hi and low culture.

Eric Doeringer earned a BA with Honors from the Brown University Department of Visual Art and an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He has lived and worked in Brooklyn since 1998. In addition to his aforementioned guerilla artwork sales, Doeringer has had solo exhibitions at Apex Art (New York), Katharine Mulherin (Toronto), The Fuel Collection (Philadelphia), and Another Year in LA (Los Angeles). Doeringer was commissioned by The Whitney Museum to create a multiple for their Initial Public Offerings program and has been included in exhibitions at the Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Castilla Y Leon (MUSAC), The Bruce Museum, The Itami [Japan] Museum of Arts And Crafts, and Takashi Murakami’s GEISAI Miami artist fair. Eric Doeringer is represented by {CTS} creative thriftshop, New York.



Eric Doeringer
I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (after John Baldessari)
2008, pencil on wall, dimensions variable

©Eric Doeringer
image courtesy of {CTS} creative thriftshop, New York.