Kiki Smith (b.1954 Nuremberg, Germany) is an artist of international prominence whose career has spanned over three decades. Smith’s multidisciplinary practice includes sculpture, drawing, printmaking, video and photography, among other techniques. Her work explores the human condition and spiritual aspects of human nature. In 2010, Smith installed over thirty stained-glass panels for the exhibition “Lodestar” at The Pace Gallery. The Museum at Eldridge Street unveiled Smith’s collaboration with architect Deborah Gans in 2010, a monumental new rose window for the historic Eldridge St. Synagogue. Smith has held recent solo exhibitions at Galerie Lelong, Paris (2012); The Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY (2012);The Brooklyn Museum (2010); Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City (2007); The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2006-7); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2005-6); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2003-4).