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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Anthony McCall - Press Release
    question one of the seminal artists of American avant garde cinema His films and installations from the seventies such as Line Describing a Cone Long Film for Four Projectors and Four Projected Movements represent an extraordinarily corporeal and sensuous meditation on the medium of film and the politics of the audience s physical and conceptual relationship to it All of these works took as their starting point the irreducible necessary conditions of cinema projected light and real three dimensional space Philippe Alain Michaud the Film Curator at the Musée National d Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou writing about Anthony McCall s work stated Instead of a perspectival illusionist space that brings cinema close to painting McCall s films use a projective space that makes it into sculpture The film is no longer a projected image that bores a fictive depth into the surface of the wall but constitutes an actual field that merges with the event of projection itself In this way Anthony McCall s light beams outlined against mist expanding upon the specifically plastic properties of film cross the frontiers of cinema history to join the minimalist propositions of 1970s sculpture and rank alongside the geometric structures of Robert

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Primitivism Revisited - Checklist
    20th century fiber tin hornbill beak 23 x 8 x 8 inches 58 4 x 20 3 x 20 3 cm Private Collection Hallway Carolee Schneemann Interior Scroll photographic sequence of performative action 1975 13 gelatin silver prints 14 x 11 inches 35 6 x 27 9 cm each edition of 7 CSc 1 Carolee Schneemann Interior Scroll 1975 1995 paper cotton tape with text 37 1 2 x 5 3 4 inches 95 3 x 14 6 cm CSc 2 Main Gallery clockwise from left Gallery III east gallery clockwise from left A Different Affinity Dan style Unknown Artist Liberia Baboon Mask 20th century wood and hair 16 x 5 1 4 x 6 1 2 inches 40 6 x 13 3 x 16 5 cm Private Collection New York AFR 28 Adam Fuss Untitled African Mask 2005 unique gelatin silver print photogram paper 20 1 2 x 15 3 4 inches 52 1 x 40 cm framed 29 1 4 x 25 1 4 inches 74 3 x 64 1 cm Private Collection New York AF 1 Igbo style Unknown Artist Nigeria Igbo Maiden Mask 20th century wood 24 x 7 1 2 x 13 inches 61 x 19 1 x 33 cm Private Collection New York AFR 43 Robert Mapplethorpe Grace Jones 1984 gelatin silver print image 15 1 4 x 15 1 4 inches 38 7 x 38 7 cm paper 20 x 16 inches 50 8 x 40 6 cm edition of 10 with 2 APs MAP 1447 Marina Abramovic untitled Hematite pillow 1994 Hematite metal brackets wood box and Lucite plaque 7 1 2 x 4 1 2 x 4 1 2 inches 19 1 x 11 4 x 11 4 cm each edition of 21 with 4 APs MA 70 4 Zulu style Unknown Artist South Africa Headrest 19th century wood 14 x 5 1 2 x 4 1 4 inches 35 6 x 14 x 10 8 cm AFR 50 Tsonga style Unknown Artist Mozambique Headrest 19th century wood 6 1 4 x 5 1 4 x 2 1 2 inches 15 9 x 13 3 x 6 4 cm AFR 49 Los Carpinteros Rio Los Encantos de la Colectividad 2002 watercolor on paper paper 60 x 84 1 4 inches 152 4 x 214 cm framed 64 1 4 x 88 inches 163 2 x 223 5 cm LC 2 Gurunsi style Unknown Artist Burkina Faso Dâgalo chair 20th century wood 30 1 2 x 11 1 2 x 44 inches 77 5 x 29 2 x 111 8 cm Collection of Michael Oliver AFR 65 Gallery IV south gallery clockwise from left Beyond the Display Case Feitiço Fetisso Fetish Limits of Looking Pedro Lasch Naturalizations Masks 2 for Model N0 1 for Model N5 2003 laser cut acrylic mirror masks and Velcro straps 8 1 2 x 11 inches 21 6 x 27 9 cm PL 1a Pedro Lasch Naturalizations Masks 2 for Model N0 1 for Model N5 2003

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Primitivism Revisited - Press Release
    contemporary artists such as Robert Mapplethorpe Felix Gonzales Torres Marina Abramović Carolee Schneeman Los Carpinteros Alfredo Jaar and Thomas Ruff This unique exhibition is curated by eighteen Columbia University graduate students of Susan Vogel Professor of African Art and founding Director of the Museum for African Art in New York The opening of Primitivism Revisited After the End of an Idea will take place on Friday December 15th from 6pm 8pm and the exhibition will be on view through January 27 2007 Primitivism Revisited After the End of an Idea provides a 21st century view of the notion of Primitivism which in the 20th century traced formal relationships between modern western art and the primitive not only African art but Pre Columbian Native American and Oceanic art Historical connections between the two commonly ascribed to the work of such artists as Gaugin and Picasso were extensively studied in 1938 by Robert Goldwater and were the subject of a 1984 exhibition curated by William Rubin at the Museum of Modern Art entitled Primitivism in Modern Art Whilst highly critiqued Rubin s point of view has not subsequently been directly addressed in an exhibition setting Primitivism Revisited After the End of an

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Primitivism Revisited - Artist Page
    Art Fairs Catalogues Gallery Primitivism Revisited After the End of an Idea December 16 2006 through January 27 2007 Installation Views Checklist Press Release Artist Page Marina Abramović Los Carpinteros

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Callum Innes - Checklist
    the Cento series 1996 oil on oil paper paper 84 5 8 x 39 1 2 inches 214 9 x 100 3 cm framed 88 3 8 x 43 1 4 inches 224 5 x 109 9 cm CI 22 96 East Wall Untitled from the Cento series 1996 oil on oil paper paper 84 5 8 x 39 1 2 inches 214 9 x 100 3 cm framed 88 3 8 x 43 1 4 inches 224 5 x 109 9 cm CI 28 96 Gallery II clockwise from left West Wall Monologue Fifteen 2006 oil on canvas 101 1 2 x 97 1 2 inches 257 5 x 247 5 cm CI 104 06 North Wall Monologue Sixteen 2006 oil on canvas 101 1 2 x 97 1 2 inches 257 5 x 247 5 cm CI 105 06 Main Gallery clockwise from left Gallery III east gallery clockwise from left North Wall Exposed Painting Lamp Black Vine Black 2006 oil on canvas 83 3 4 x 81 3 4 inches 212 5 x 207 5 cm CI 74 06 East Wall Three Isolated Forms 1992 oil on canvas 33 1 2 x 29 1 2 inches 85 x 75 cm CI 144 92 South Wall Two Identified Forms 2006 oil on canvas 83 3 4 x 81 3 4 inches 212 5 x 207 5 cm CI 71 06 Gallery IV south gallery clockwise from left East Wall Exposed Painting Cadmium Red Pale Vine Black 2006 oil on canvas 81 3 4 x 79 3 4 inches 207 5 x 202 5 cm CI 77 06 South Wall Exposed Painting Cobalt Green 2006 oil on canvas 81 3 4 x 79 3 4 inches 207 5 x 202 5 cm CI 48 06 Exposed Painting Deep Violet

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Callum Innes - Press Release
    all intimately related whilst seemingly disparate In the new exposed paintings two unique colors created by the artist are applied to the canvas while turpentine is utilized to remove a section of the paint before it dries Innes washes away or as he describes it unpaints the canvas leaving all but the faintest vestigial traces of color The result reveals varied veils of color buried within the seemingly single surface pigment The interplay between the additive and subtractive processes making and unmaking underlies this ground breaking and sophisticated body of work The lyrical and luminous paintings that result are both conceptually complex and evocative Working within an abstract tradition closely linked to minimalism Innes appears to limit his vocabulary but in doing so explores the possibilities inherent in his varied and dynamic process As Michael Auping chief curator of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth writes the paintings represent a delicate balancing act in which presence and absence play a subtle shell game Concurrent with the exhibition which opens on November 8th is the publication of an important new monograph on Innes work From memory This major publication with essays by Fiona Bradley Richard Cork Eric de Chassey and

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Joseph Kosuth - Checklist
    3 4 inches 60 3 x 50 2 cm AP1 10 Signed stamped and dated recto Inv JK 101 JOSEPH KOSUTH Word Sentence Paragraph Z N 1986 neon vinyl text 56 1 2 x 101 inches 143 5 x 256 5 cm Inv JK 108 JOSEPH KOSUTH Titled Art as Idea as Idea Define 1967 certificate of authenticity printed definition glued to board pencil form of presentation mounted photograph 48 x 48 inches certificate 5 1 4 x 4 1 2 inches 13 3 x 11 4 cm mounted photograph 48 x 48 inches 121 9 x 121 9 cm Inv JK 115 JOSEPH KOSUTH The Sublime II 2006 sandblasted stone steel shelf stone 43 1 4 x 43 1 4 x 1 3 4 inches 110 x 110 x 4 4 cm each overall dimensions 47 1 4 x 91 1 2 x 7 inches 120 x 232 x 18 cm Inv JK 105 JOSEPH KOSUTH L essence de la rhétorique est dans l allegorie 1997 3 framed silk screen prints framed 39 1 4 x 49 1 2 inches 99 7 x 125 7 cm each Paradox Description Representation Inv JK 4a b c JOSEPH KOSUTH II 20 On color white 1991 white neon transformer and certificate of authenticity overall dimensions 6 1 2 x 168 inches 16 5 x 426 7 cm Inv JK 111 JOSEPH KOSUTH Cathexis 39 1981 altered photograph with text framed 70 1 2 x 52 1 2 inches 179 1 x 133 4 cm Inv JK 52 JOSEPH KOSUTH The Sixth Investigation Proposition 7 1970 text on glass 58 x 48 inches 147 3 x 121 9 cm Inv JK 99 JOSEPH KOSUTH Passagen Werk Documenta Flânerie B 9 1992 text on cloth 36 x 36 inches 91 4 x 91 4 cm Inv JK 107 B9 JOSEPH KOSUTH Passagen Werk Documenta Flânerie B 10 1992 text on cloth 23 1 2 x 29 1 2 inches 59 7 x 74 9 cm Inv JK 107 B10 JOSEPH KOSUTH Passagen Werk Documenta Flânerie B 24 1992 text on cloth 19 x 25 inches 48 3 x 63 5 cm Inv JK 107 B24 JOSEPH KOSUTH Passagen Werk Documenta Flânerie B 53 1992 text on cloth 31 1 2 x 40 inches 80 x 101 6 cm Inv JK 107 B53 JOSEPH KOSUTH Passagen Werk Documenta Flânerie B 54 1992 text on cloth 39 x 40 inches 99 1 x 101 6 cm Inv JK 107 B54 JOSEPH KOSUTH Jasper Johns A A I A I 2 1968 certificate of authenticity printed definition glued to board pencil form of presentation mounted photograph 48 x 48 inches certificate 5 1 4 x 4 1 2 inches 13 3 x 11 4 cm mounted photograph 48 x 48 inches 121 9 x 121 9 cm Inv JK 100 JOSEPH KOSUTH Un Aleph Ex Libris para J L B element 1 1991 granite steel shelf stone 51 1 2 x 51 1 2 x 1 4

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Joseph Kosuth - Press Release
    declare as you re now doing no no I m not where you are lying in wait for me but over here laughing at you What do you imagine that I would take so much trouble and so much pleasure in writing do you think that would keep so persistently to my task if I were not preparing with a rather shaky hand a labyrinth into which I can venture in which I can move my discourse opening up underground passages forcing it to go far from itself finding overhangs that reduce and deform its itinerary in which I can lose myself and appear at last to eyes that I will never have to meet again I am no doubt not the only one who writes in order to have no face Do not ask who I am and do not ask me to remain the same leave it to our bureaucrats and our police to see that our papers are in order At least spare us their morality when we write Michel Foucault 1969 a labyrinth into which I can venture a play of works by guests and foreigners Sean Kelly Gallery is delighted to announce a major exhibition

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