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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Diana Fonseca Quiñones - Selected Works
    x 7 6 cm edition of 3 with 2 APs Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones El Capital 2015 intervention in three volumes of Das Capital by Karl Marx dimensions variable edition of 3 with 2 APs Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones El Capital detail 2015 intervention in three volumes of Das Capital by Karl Marx dimensions variable edition of 3 with 2 APs Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones Puente English version 2015 books thread dimensions variable edition of 3 with 2 APs Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones Puente English version detail 2015 books thread dimensions variable edition of 3 with 2 APs Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist Diana Fonseca Quiñones Untitled from the Degradaciones series 2015 paint fragments mounted on wood painting 39 3 8 x 39 3 8 inches 100 x 100 cm framed 42 1 2 x 42 1 2 x 3 1 2 inches 108 x 108 x 8 9 cm Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones Untitled from the Degradaciones series 2015 paint fragments mounted on wood painting 39 3 8 x 39 3 8 inches 100 x 100 cm framed 42 1 2 x 42 1 2 x 3 1 2 inches 108 x 108 x 8 9 cm Diana Fonseca Quiñones Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Diana Fonseca Quiñones Untitled from the Degradaciones series 2015 paint fragments mounted on

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Diana Fonseca Quiñones - Press Release
    comment on broader social issues and universal human desires Featured in the exhibition will be the video titled Pasatiempo Through the device of a playful childhood pastime sewing her own hand with superficial stitches Quiñones presents a metaphor about the collective longings of Cuban society who dream of being able to travel or own their own house or car Using the palm Quiñones deliberately draws on the symbolism of the hand and its mystical associations as a map of the future The exhibition will also present three paintings from a series of work titled Degradación For these works Quiñones peels fragments of paint from the facades of buildings in old Havana and builds them up in layers until they transform into beautiful and unique abstract compositions The title reflects the parallels between the literal degradation of colors in the paint fragments and in the most pejorative sense of the word as a synonym of deterioration specifically in relation to Havana Diana Fonseca Quiñones graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte Havana Cuba in 2000 and from the Academia de Bellas Artes de San Alejandro Havana Cuba in 2005 Since then she has had three solo exhibitions in Cuba and has

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Diana Fonseca Quiñones - Selected Press
    Release Selected Press Selected Press Diana Fonseca Winner of EFG Art Nexus Latin America Art Award ArtNexus December 2015 View PDF 418 K Why the Coming Avalanche of Cuban Art Is Good for the Art World Artnet News January 22

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - 'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology' - Selected Works
    neon transformers 98 7 16 x 61 3 4 inches 250 x 156 8 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH The Paradox of Content 4 Yellow 2009 neon transformers 95 5 8 x 64 1 2 inches 242 9 x 163 8 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH The Paradox of Content 3 2009 neon transformers 71 1 4 x 72 inches 181 x 183 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH Double Reading 20 1993 silkscreen on laminated glass neon upper panel 14 15 16 x 42 inches 37 9 x 106 7 cm lower panel 10 3 4 x 30 inches 27 3 x 76 2 cm overall 31 3 8 x 50 inches 79 7 x 127 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH On Color 9 Green 1991 green neon transformer 4 x 47 3 4 inches 10 x 121 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York II 49 On Color Multi 1 1991 neon transformer 6 3 4 x 153 1 2 inches 17 1 x 389 9 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist JOSEPH KOSUTH Five Colors Five Adjectives 1965 neon transformers 4 x 184 inches 10 2 x 467 4 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH W F T 3 2008 neon transformers 118 1 8 x 144 1 2 inches 300 x 367 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH A Conditioning of Consciousness 1988 neon framed photograph transformer framed photograph 17 3 4 x 14 3 4 inches 45 1 x 37 5 cm neon 98 x 78 inches 248 9 x 198 1 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH 1 2 3 4 1993 neon transformers 141 3 4 x 103 3 4 inches 360 x 263 5 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH L W s Last Word 1991 neon transformers 29 x 96 inches 73 7 x 243 8 cm 2015 Joseph Kosuth Artists Rights Society ARS New York Photography Jason Wyche New York Courtesy Sean Kelly New York JOSEPH KOSUTH The Paradox of Content 5 Orange 2009 neon transformers 98 7 16

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - 'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology' - Press Release
    neon as a medium considering it a form of public writing without fine art associations in the 1960s Kosuth s ongoing investigations into language and perception and the appropriated use of literature philosophy and psychology have characteristically taken the form of works in series a format that opens up space for play and reflexivity in multiple directions Key examples from the artist s most iconic neon series will be on view including elements from Kosuth s renowned Freud series 1981 1989 in which the artist puts the psychoanalyst s texts regarding unconscious function ing meaningfully into play using wall pieces and installations and from his acclaimed Wittgenstein series 1989 1993 which illustrate the fervent influence of the philosopher on Kosuth s foundation of thinking and belief that art should ask questions about itself as a language engaged in the production of meaning Joseph Kosuth lives and works in New York and London He has participated in numerous Documentas and Venice Biennales his work is collected by major museums throughout the World In 2001 Kosuth received the Laurea Honoris Causa doctorate in Philosophy and Letters from the University of Bologna and in 2003 the Austrian Republic s highest honor for accomplishments in science and culture the Decoration of Honor in Gold In 2012 Kosuth was inducted into the Académie Royale des Sciences des Lettres et des Beaux Arts de Belgique Kosuth s exhibition entitled ni apparence ni illu sion an installation work throughout the twelfth century walls of the original Louvre Palace opened at the Musée du Louvre Paris in 2009 and became a permanent work in 2014 His work on the façade of the Council of State of the Netherlands was unveiled in October 2011 and he is currently preparing a permanent work for the four towers of the façade

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - 'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology' - Selected Press
    Page Selected Press Joseph Kosuth Pioneers Conceptualism Artnet News December 18 2015 View PDF 363 K Joseph Kosuth s Art of Bright Ideas The Wall Street Journal December 16 2015 View PDF 1 1 MB Joseph Kosuth at Sean Kelly Gallery The New York Times November 26 2015 View PDF 615 K David Ebony s Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for November Artnet News November 24 2015 View PDF

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Robert Mapplethorpe - Selected Works
    Foundation Used by permission Courtesy Sean Kelly New York ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE Patti Smith and Judy Linn c 1974 black and white polaroid image 2 7 8 x 3 3 4 inches 7 3 x 9 5 cm polaroid 3 3 8 x 4 1 4 inches 8 6 x 10 8 cm framed 12 3 4 x 12 3 4 x 1 1 4 inches 32 4 x 32 4 x 3 2 cm unique Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Used by permission Courtesy Sean Kelly New York ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE Untitled Tony London 1973 black and white polaroid image 2 7 8 x 3 3 4 inches 7 3 x 9 5 cm polaroid 3 3 8 x 4 1 4 inches 8 6 x 10 8 cm framed 12 3 4 x 12 3 4 x 1 1 4 inches 32 4 x 32 4 x 3 2 cm unique Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Used by permission Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE Lucy Paris 1973 black and white polaroid image 2 7 8 x 3 3 4 inches 7 3 x 9 5 cm polaroid 3 3 8 x 4 1 4 inches 8 6 x 10 8 cm framed 12 3 4 x 12 3 4 x 1 1 4 inches 32 4 x 32 4 x 3 2 cm Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Used by permission Courtesy Sean Kelly New York ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE Untitled Hand and Mattress c 1973 black and white polaroid image 4 1 2 x 3 1 2 inches 11 4 x 8 9 cm polaroid 5 3 4 x 4 3 16 inches 14 6 x 10 6 cm framed 12 3 4 x 12 3 4 x 1 1 4 inches 32 4 x 32 4

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Robert Mapplethorpe - Press Release
    his lovers and friends Unique offers a glimpse at Mapplethorpe s formative years as a photographer and reveals the themes that would inspire him throughout his career Marked by a spontaneity and creative curiosity these intimate photographs offer an illuminating contrast to the carefully crafted and controlled studio images for which the artist subsequently became known Mapplethorpe once said photography was the perfect medium or so it seemed for the 70s and 80s when everything was fast If I were to make something that took two weeks to do I d lose my enthusiasm It would become an act of labor and the love would be gone The Polaroid process was particularly appealing to Mapplethorpe for its immediacy and accessibility providing him with the freedom to experiment and test the limits of picture making These early images offer a window into Mapplethorpe s creative development and his initial exploration of intimacy composition structure and design Robert Mapplethorpe was born in 1946 in Floral Park New York He earned a BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where he produced artwork in a variety of media mainly collage The shift to photography as Mapplethorpe s sole means of expression happened gradually during the mid 1970s He became known for his portraits of artists architects socialites stars of pornographic films members of the S M community and an array of other characters many of whom were personal friends During the early 1980s his photographs shifted to emphasize classical formal beauty concentrating on statuesque male and female nudes flowers still lifes and formal portraits Mapplethorpe died from AIDS on March 9 1989 in Boston at 42 Since that time his work has been the subject of innumerable exhibitions throughout the world including major museum traveling retrospectives His vast provocative and powerful body of work

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