Kenneth Price (1935-2012) was an American sculptor and printmaker, known for abstract shapes in clay.
After he moved to Los Angeles in the late 1950’s, Price quickly became part of a movement of artists, including Ed Ruscha and Robert Irwin, and was noted by art critic Lucy Lippard before he moved to the New Mexico in the 1970’s, to Southern Massachusetts in the 1980’s and then back to Los Angeles.
Less known of his ocean waves-inspired sculptures, his print production was nonetheless rich. His works are stark and colourful and reveal a strong filiation to half of the Century Pop Art. Oftentimes their subjects are interiors from which you can see city scenes.