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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Callum Innes - Checklist
    cm CI P 33 09 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm CI P 39 08 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm CI P 85 08 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm CI P 53 08 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm signed and dated on label on verso CI P 08 08 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm CI P 81 08 Untitled from the Cento series 2008 oil on oil paper paper 80 3 4 x 39 3 8 inches 205 x 100 cm framed 84 1 4 x 43 inches 214 x 109 2 cm CI P 72 08 Main Gallery Center Wall Facing Entrance Untitled No 125 2009 oil on canvas 76 3 4 x 75 inches 195 x 190 cm CI 180 09 Main Gallery clockwise from north wall on left Untitled No 98 2009 oil on canvas 23 5 8 x 24 3 8 inches 60 x 62 cm CI

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Callum Innes - Press Release
    half Innes applies two separate colors across the entire surface and then rigorously removes the paint on one side This process is repeated leaving one half of the painting covered in layered complex color whilst the other half of the painting is cleansed as much as possible back to the original gesso Inevitably the cleaned half retains a palimpsest of the colors that were absorbed into the gesso as a result the artist s palette exists outside of the realm of traditional painting and instead suggests a far more unique chromatic vocabulary In each painting a thin vertical line where the cleansed and painted sections of the composition meet visually vibrates with the remnants of the surface s original layers of paint and separates the two halves of the canvas This line is not created after the fact but instead is an integral part of the development of the painting In Innes s own words It wasn t sufficient for me to cover a painting in a single color and then inscribe the field with a line The development of the line had to be organic and the best way to achieve that is through erosion The tactile quality of Innes s paintings continues in his new works on paper a number of which will be included in the exhibition In these works the paint is applied to large sheets of waxed paper as a single line or multiple lines of color is removed using a thinning medium the contrast of the waxy luminous nature of the support emerges These works on paper represent some of the most sophisticated explorations of color that the artist has achieved in recent years and create a sense of visual immediacy that act as a powerful counterpoint to the slow burn complexity of the

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Anthony McCall - Checklist
    360º rotation seen from the left 2006 suite of 12 pencil drawings on paper paper 12 1 2 x 17 inches 31 8 x 43 2 cm each framed 14 1 8 x 18 1 8 inches 35 9 x 46 cm each AMc 10 A Crossing the Hudson April 12 the 295th night 2009 pencil on paper in 3 parts paper 43 1 2 x 36 3 8 inches 110 5 x 92 5 cm each overall paper dimensions 43 1 2 x 109 1 4 inches 110 5 x 277 5 cm framed 47 1 2 x 113 1 4 inches 120 6 x 287 7 cm AMc 136 Projected Column Bending in the Wind 2009 graphite on paper paper 55 3 4 x 38 inches 141 6 x 96 5 cm framed 58 1 2 x 41 inches 148 6 x 104 1 cm AMc 130 Projected Column Rising 2009 set of seven graphite on paper paper 11 x 8 1 2 inches 27 9 x 21 6 cm each framed 12 3 4 x 10 1 2 inches 32 4 x 26 7 cm each AMc 132a g Gallery 2 Meeting You Halfway II 2009 video

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Anthony McCall - Press Release
    reconcile their perceived sense of a three dimensional object in space with the actual reality of the mutable properties of light Leaving with Two Minute Silence McCall s newest work will be installed in the main gallery This will be his first work in thirty years to include sound which was produced in collaboration with the musician and composer David Grubbs The piece consists of two spatially parallel projected forms The first form starts as a complete ellipse which is systematically cut away until nothing is left The second form starts with nothing and systematically grows into a complete ellipse The sonic environment operates as a just audible shroud which is built from two opposing sound spaces the traffic of the city emerging from one side of the space the liquid sounds of a city harbor from the other At one moment during each cycle the motion freezes and the sound vanishes to produce a transient moment when time stands still In addition a second light projection piece Meeting You Halfway II will be installed in gallery two This will be the first time that two full scale installations of McCall s work will be shown simultaneously at the gallery Gallery one will feature new works on paper including studies for major upcoming public commissions such as McCall s newly awarded Olympics commission for Projected Column to be installed in the Mersey docks near Liverpool during the 2012 Games Drawings for his Crossing the Hudson project a proposal consisting of a 365 day structure for the gradual lighting of a disused railroad bridge on the Hudson River will also be exhibited Anthony McCall s work is included in many major public collections worldwide including the Tate Gallery London the Museum of Modern Art New York the Musée National d Art

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Anthony McCall - Catalogues
    through January 30 2010 Installation Views Checklist Press Release Artist Page Catalogues Catalogues Anthony McCall Elements for a Retrospective 1972 1979 2003 This monographic catalogue profiles the work of Anthony McCall whose work navigates through the choppy waters of minimal art conceptual art and performance Transforming cinema into sculpture he has made light and time his materials creating art works that only come fully into being when inhabited by their

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Wolfgang Laib - Selected Works
    Views Selected Works Checklist Press Release Pollen from Hazelnut 2002 5 jars of hazelnut pollen dimensions variable WL 102 Frieze of Life 2009 400 clay pots white ashes wooden shelves dimensions variable WL 98 Rice Meals 1988 12 brass cones rice dimensions variable WL 99 Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist Pollen from Hazelnut 2002 5 jars of hazelnut pollen dimensions variable WL 102 Frieze of Life 2009

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Wolfgang Laib - Checklist
    WOLFGANG LAIB Frieze of Life October 30 December 5 2009 Gallery I Rice Meals 1988 12 brass cones rice dimensions variable WL 99 Gallery II Frieze of Life 2009 400 clay pots white ashes wooden shelves dimensions variable WL 98 Main Gallery Pollen from Hazelnut 2002 2005 5 jars of hazelnut pollen dimensions variable WL 102 Front Office Untitled 2007 pencil and oil pastel on paper paper 20 1 2

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Wolfgang Laib - Press Release
    of the pollen creates an intense energy that the viewer can both see and feel Laib explains that it has an incredible color which I could never paint because it is far beyond myself also much more than myself It is not a pigment and not a natural pigment either like the sun is not a yellow circle and the sky is not a blue painting Ash is the major component of the work in the second gallery the eponymously titled Frieze of Life The artist s most recent work never before shown in the United States is comprised of a long wooden shelf holding 400 hand thrown clay pots The pots are filled with ashes collected from religious temples near the artist s studio in India The shelf s placement high on the wall is a reference to the ornamental band used as a classical architectural device As ash is a symbol of both the end of life as well as a symbol of rebirth Frieze of Life evinces a powerful testament to the natural cycles of existence Laib s early training as a physician has given him a unique perspective on these cycles of life and the elements of nature His oeuvre also includes works made of other universally recognized materials such as rice milk stone and wax In Klaus Ottmann s words for Laib art is an act of participation and of sharing participating in nature and sharing that experience with others Laib s works are not merely visual experiences but serve as his contributions to social and spiritual change Laib s work has been exhibited extensively beginning in 1982 with his participation in documenta 7 Kassel Germany in 1986 his first official solo exhibition was held in the Musée d art moderne de la ville de

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