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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - From Pre-History to Post-Everything - Selected Works
    Tomorrows 2014 aluminum foil aluminum coating and oil paint on tar paper 79 x 78 inches 200 7 x 198 1 cm Photo Jason Wyche Hugo McCloud Courtesy Sean Kelly New York EVAN NESBIT Porosity Traces 2014 acrylic dye and burlap 32 x 26 inches 81 3 x 66 cm Photo Jason Wyche Evan Nesbit Courtesy Sean Kelly New York THOMAS FOUGEIROL Untitled 2013 oil on linen 76 x 56 3 4 inches 193 x 144 cm Thomas Fougeirol Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Yue Blade China Neolithic Period Hongshan Culture 3500 2200 B C stone length 17 inches 43 2 cm Yue Blade China Neolithic Period Qijia Culture ca 2000 B C jade height 14 1 2 inches 36 8 cm Ritual Blade China Neolithic Period Hongshan Culture 3500 2200 B C stone height 16 1 2 inches 41 9 cm Wide Celt China Neolithic Period Qijia Culture 2100 1600 B C jade height 8 1 2 inches 21 6 cm Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist SARAH CROWNER Untitled Frutas 2014 acrylic on canvas and raw canvas sewn with painted wooden frame painting 48 x 48 inches 121 9 x 121 9 cm framed 48 1 2 x 48 1 2 inches 123 2 x 123 2 cm Photo Jason Wyche Sarah Crowner Courtesy Sean Kelly New York DEAN LEVIN Four of the Seasons 2014 oil and pigment on canvas in aluminum artist frame 82 x 30 x 18 inches 208 3 x 76 2 x 45 7 cm Photo Robert Wedemeyer Dean Levin Courtesy Sean Kelly New York LUCA DELLAVERSON Untitled 2013 epoxy resin and mirrored glass with wood support 66 x 51 inches 167 6 x 129 5 cm Luca Dellaverson Courtesy Sean Kelly New York KASPER SONNE TXC48 2014 industrial paint and chemicals

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - From Pre-History to Post-Everything - Press Release
    originating from the pre Columbian Americas to China The objects fall into several categories the earliest are flint tools from the Paleolithic Era whose rough hewn shapes seem sculptural to us today but were functional for their makers Also included are pieces that were used for ritual purposes such as Chinese Bi disks axes and congs made of carefully polished hand worked jade Other ritual objects include the exquisitely detailed Taino scepters in stark contrast to the smooth abstracted forms of the Chinese ax blades which appear to be tools but in fact had ceremonial significance While diverse in age and region all of these objects share a purity of form and material that are a direct reflection of the time and culture in which they were created Likewise many of today s brightest young artists are exploring both time tested traditions as well as new processes to create abstract work that exemplifies the current zeitgeist Whether woven hand dyed sewn or made from industrially manufactured materials like the works of Hugo McCloud Evan Nesbit Landon Metz and Sarah Crowner or painted via hands off processes such as the work of Dean Levin Luca Dellaverson and Isaac Brest or referencing

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - From Pre-History to Post-Everything - Selected Press
    Fairs Catalogues Gallery From Pre History to Post Everything June 27 through August 8 2014 Installation Views Selected Works Press Release Selected Press Artist Page Selected Press Clash of the Items at a Gallery Near You The New York Times

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Rebecca Horn - Selected Works
    Selected Works Press Release Selected Press Artist Page REBECCA HORN Revelation of a Tree 2014 branches cast in bronze steel brass motor electronic device 57 1 8 x 90 1 2 x 59 1 16 inches 145 x 230 x 150 cm Rebecca Horn Courtesy Sean Kelly New York Back to Artist REBECCA HORN Revelation of a Tree 2014 branches cast in bronze steel brass motor electronic device 57 1

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Rebecca Horn - Press Release
    Oracle both nature and the passage of time are thematic constants Revelation of a Tree one of the largest sculptures in the exhibition consists of a substantial cast bronze tree branch on which brass claw like rods are arranged in a circle Their formation suggests that the claws both embrace and protect the tree branch Horn s references to nature and her lyrical mark making gestural actions determined by the artist s physical reach are evident throughout the major paintings on paper in the exhibition such as Moon to a Vertebrae Oracle The title of the exhibition is taken from a poem of the same name that Horn composed for her friend Meret Oppenheim in honor of what would have been Oppenheim s 100th birthday in 2013 Horn explains that Meret had this lightness so that a poetic wind could open up the bones of her spine to leave behind messages in her world The individual elements that comprise Horn s creative output poems drawings paintings sculptures and films are all evinced in the exhibition Science and alchemy the rational and the intuitive and the mechanical and the sensual have characterized her work over the last four decades resulting in one of the most important and distinct oeuvres in the world Horn s work is included in major public collections worldwide including The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum New York The Museum of Modern Art New York the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art Turin the Tate Gallery London the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art San Francisco the Musée National d Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou Paris the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam the Van AbbeMuseum Eindhoven and many others She has participated in Documenta and the Venice Biennale on a number of occasions she

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Rebecca Horn - Selected Press
    Press Release Selected Press Artist Page Selected Press Rebecca Horn Art in America November 13 2014 View PDF 556 K Rebecca Horn Modern Painters September 2014 View PDF 274 K Rebecca Horn The Vertebrae Oracle Flash Art June 6 2014

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Forms of Attraction - Selected Works
    Tenreiro for a private commission in the Flamengo neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1950s seat 15 H 65 L x 25 W x 32 H Low Bedroom Chair in caviona with woven cane seat and back Designed by Joaquim Tenreiro Brazil 1950s seat 15 75 H 20 5 L x 21 75 W x 31 H Custom made credenza in three separate sections in caviona wood Designed by Joaquim Tenreiro for a private commission in the Flamengo neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1950s three sections 49 L each 147 L x 17 5 W x 35 H Iconic triangular table in jacaranda with ochre yellow underpainted glass top Designed by Joaquim Tenreiro Brazil 1960 72 L x 72 W x 30 H Round coffee table in jacaranda with a green glass top Custom made for an estate in Sao Paulo Brazil Acquired from the original owner Designed by Joaquim Tenreiro 1906 1992 Brazil 1969 11 5 H x 39 D Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist PK 12 chair with hand braided brown leather armrest and stainless steel frame Seat upholstered in brown leather Originally designed by Poul Kjaerholm 1964 Produced by Sean Kelly Gallery and R 20th Century Denmark 2007 2010 Seat height 17 5 19 L x 25 W x 27 H PK 61 coffee table with frame in chromed steel and square top in flintrolled Cipollino marble Designed by Poul Kjaerholm for E Kold Christensen Denmark 1960s 31 5 L x 31 5 W x 12 6 H Rare PK 56 round dining table with triangular chrome plated steel frame and a flint rolled light marble top Designed by Poul Kjaerholm for E Kold Christensen Denmark 1974 25 2 H x 55 12 D Flat file in oregon pine with steel legs Originally

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Forms of Attraction - Press Release
    first time that it has shown pieces by Tenreiro Forms of Attraction provides the viewer an opportunity to establish correlations between the two designers unique approaches to form and materials which together with the carefully curated selection of fine art creates a compelling dialogue between furniture art and installation This exhibition is co presented with R Company Forms of Attraction Kjærholm Tenreiro and Selected Works will run concurrently at Sean Kelly with Rebecca Horn The Vertebrae Oracle About the designers Poul Kjærholm 1929 1980 was the final major figure to emerge from the Danish furniture tradition and one of the most profound furniture designers of the 20th century Originally trained as a cabinetmaker Kjærholm studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen where he developed a vision of modern furniture that combined craft techniques with industrial production After a series of experiments with molded materials Kjærholm developed his mature method treating steel construction with the delicacy and precision of traditional woodworking techniques Kjærholm s aesthetic revolved around open modular structures in which ornament and historical references were stripped away to reveal the beauty of the materials and the quality of the construction Joaquim Tenreiro 1906 1992 was the

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