Shelter Serra is a New York based artist whose work explores notions of mass consumption and cultural identity. Serra’s multidisciplinary practice transforms the most mundane objects alongside highly recognizable branded products into objects of aesthetic contemplation. “Refining an aesthetic and making beautiful objects, whether that be a dress, bag, or sculpture," says Serra, "is a celebration of pure creativity and personal vision.” Serra, who is the nephew of minimalist master Richard Serra, has collaborated with the Art Production Fund, Helmut Lang, Converse, and Chanel among others. Solo exhibitions of his work have been presented at BTW Gallery in Geneva, Anonymous Gallery in Mexico City, Beams B Gallery in Tokyo, and Marlborough Gallery in New York, among others. His work has been included in group exhibitions at institutions such as Philadelphia’s ICA, Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore, and Urbis Art Centre in Manchester.