Lisa Sigal's work lies at the intersection of painting, sculpture and architecture. Her constructions insinuate themselves into the fabric of the built environment. She will take a Sheetrock wall, cut into it, pull back sections, poke a sightline through to a false or a found wall on which she has exposed or composed a painted surface. The core of her work questions the formal and philosophical stability of structure.
Recent and upcoming solo and group exhibitions include: Prospect.3: Notes for Now, New Orleans (2014–15); Riverbed, LAX Art, Los Angeles (2013); Building, Dwelling, Thinking, NOMA Gallery, San Francisco (2010); Museum as Hub: Six Degrees, New Museum, New York (2008); The 2008 Whitney Biennial, New York; Tent Paintings, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York (2007); The Orpheus Selection, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City (2007); Make It Now, SculptureCenter, Long Island City, (2005); and A House of Many Mansions, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut (2005).
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-07-27. Retrieved 2014-07-03.
- "Studio Visit: Lisa Sigal" by Joao Ribas, ARTINFO: 
- Glenn Ligon on Lisa Sigal, published in ArtReview 30: 
- Lisa Sigal discusses her work for the 2008 Whitney Biennial: 
- Review of solo exhibition at Frederieke Taylor Gallery, Artforum (2008): 
- Review: "Lisa Sigal at Frederieke Taylor and P.S.1," Art in America (2008): 
- Interview with Sigal on Creative Capital's blog on Riverbed: 
- Prospect New Orleans blog post about Sigal's work in development for Prospect.3: 
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