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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Joseph Kosuth - Checklist
    as Idea as Idea Meaning 1966 3 part work 3 certificates of authenticity printed dictionary definition glued to board pencil and rubber stamp each respectively 4 3 8 x 3 3 8 inches 4 5 8 x 3 7 16 inches 4 3 8 x 3 1 2 inches form of presentation 3 mounted photographs 48 x 48 inches each 122 x 122 cm each overall dimensions 48 x 152

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Joseph Kosuth - Press Release
    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 by Joseph Kosuth which includes the new installation À Propos Réflecteur de Réflecteur Joseph Kosuth is one of the pioneers of Conceptual art and installation art initiating language and photo based works and appropriation strategies in the 1960s His work has consistently explored the production and role of language and meaning within art His nearly forty year inquiry into the relation of language to art has taken the form of installations museum exhibitions public commissions and publications throughout Europe the Americas and Asia including five Documenta s and four Venice Biennale s one of which was presented in the Hungarian Pavilion 1993 Awards include the Brandeis Award 1990 Frederick Weisman Award 1991 the Menzione d Onore at the Venice Biennale 1993 and the Chevalier de l ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French government in 1993 He received a Cassandra Foundation Grant in 1968 In June

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Iran do Espírito Santo - Checklist
    Debris 14 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 9 x 5 1 4 x 16 inches 23 x 13 x 41 cm Debris 13 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 6 x 5 1 4 x 21 3 4 inches 15 x 13 x 55 cm Debris 16 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 15 1 2 x 16 x 21 3 4 inches 39 x 41 x 55 cm Debris 2 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 15 3 8 x 15 1 4 x 21 3 4 inches 39 x 39 x 55 cm Debris 12 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 9 x 21 3 4 x 16 inches 21 x 55 x 41 cm In the center of the platform Debris 8 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 2 3 4 x 5 1 4 x 10 3 4 inches 7 x 13 x 27 cm Debris 6 2004 sandstone pietra di tuoro unique 12 1 4 x 5 1 4 x 16 inches 31 x 13 x 41 cm Main Gallery clockwise from left Untitled Unfold 2004 6 painted aluminum panels unique dimensions variable Evasion 2004 4 inch deep recessed rectangle inset in wall unique

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Iran do Espírito Santo - Press Release
    addresses the differentiation between recognition of a concrete object and its seemingly meaningless components The panels echo the walls of the gallery space that contain the work creating a dialog between the exploded box and the enclosed cube of the gallery Evasion a 4 inch deep recessed rectangle the size of a regular door is inset in the gallery wall it alludes to architecture domesticity and signification of an other external space the depicted space that lies in the realm of representation and art The installation in the Main Gallery is completed by Can G a solid stainless steel sculpture of an ordinary household can enlarged by twice its volume which is finished with a polished surface that reflects the environment in which it is installed Debris a series of 9 unique sculptures that seemingly represent fragments of brick walls is installed in Gallery 2 Each piece is carved out of a single block of Pietra di Tuoro a gray sandstone from Umbria These works examine the idea of preordained composition implicit in ordinary construction architectonic indices and structural fragments however the sculptures are highly controlled objects that contradict the idea of remnants and randomness and demonstrate a desire for extreme control of our built environment Gallery 1 contains 6 x 200w a site specific installation of solid stainless steel light bulbs screwed into porcelain fixtures displayed on plinths The installation mirrors the functioning bulbs installed on the gallery ceiling and is part of an ongoing series of sculptures that deal with an investigation of light and the transformation of industrial design items into iconic minimalist sculptures Espírito Santo has exhibited widely in museums and galleries worldwide his works are included in the collections of many prominent international museums including the Museum of Modern Art New York The Museum of

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Iran do Espírito Santo - Catalogues
    the Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin and the Pinacoteca do Estado São Paulo The exhibition was curated by Enrique Juncosa Director IMMA in collaboration with Paolo Colombo Curator MAXXI With texts by Enrique Juncosa Paolo Colombo and Lilian Tone Curator Museum of Modern Art New York this publication comprises some 28 works ranging from 1999 to 2006 by Iran do Espírito Santo one of Brazil s most prominent contemporary

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Marilyn: From Anastasi to Weegee - Selected Works
    11 1 4 x 11 5 8 inches 29 x 30 cm RJo 2 BERT STERN Marilyn Crucifix III 1962 Iris print unframed 35 x 47 inches 89 x 119 cm framed 49 x 49 inches 125 x 125 cm edition of 36 BSt 2 MARCEL BROODTHAERS Tour Marilyn 1965 glass wood and photographs 24 3 4 x 16 x 16 inches 63 x 41 x 41 cm MBR 1 CINDY SHERMAN Untitled 1986 chromogenic print unframed 15 3 8 x 9 1 8 inches 39 x 23 cm framed 24 3 8 x 17 11 16 inches 62 x 45 cm edition of 125 with 10 APs CS 9 2 Prev Prev of Next Next Back to Artist RAY JOHNSON Untitled Skull with Marilyn 1992 collage on cardboard panel unframed 8 3 4 x 9 1 8 inches 22 x 23 cm framed 11 1 4 x 11 5 8 inches 29 x 30 cm RJo 2 BERT STERN Marilyn Crucifix III 1962 Iris print unframed 35 x 47 inches 89 x 119 cm framed 49 x 49 inches 125 x 125 cm edition of 36 BSt 2 MARCEL BROODTHAERS Tour Marilyn 1965 glass wood and photographs 24 3

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Marilyn: From Anastasi to Weegee - Checklist
    gelatin silver print stamped verso unframed 14 x 11 inches 36 x 28 cm framed 22 5 8 x 18 5 8 inches 57 x 47 cm KEITH HARING Marilyn 1981 black ink on printed poster framed 49 3 8 x 29 1 2 inches 125 x 75 cm ZOE LEONARD Marilyn 1990 95 gelatin silver print edition of 6 3 6 unframed 19 3 4 x 14 inches 50 x 36 cm framed 23 1 4 x 17 1 2 inches 59 x 44 cm Gallery 2 JEAN MATTHEE The Descent of the Seductress 1983 2004 edition of 3 with 2 APs DVD single loop running time 14 min total running time 56 min certificate dimensions variable Main gallery clockwise from left WILLIAM ANASTASI Untitled 1995 silkscreen on paper signed and editioned recto edition of 36 unframed 13 3 4 x 15 1 4 inches 35 x 39 cm framed 25 1 2 x 25 1 2 inches 65 x 65 cm ANDY WARHOL Reversal Marilyn 1978 unique screenprint on Saunders HP paper estate stamped verso unframed 31 1 8 x 23 3 8 inches 79 x 59 cm framed 34 x 26 1 4 inches 86 x 66 cm WILLIAM ANASTASI Untitled 1996 gelatin silver print signed and dated recto unframed 10 x 8 inches 25 x 20 cm framed 18 x 22 inches 46 x 56 cm BERT STERN Marilyn Crucifix III 1962 iris print edition of 36 7 36 signed and dated recto unframed 47 x 35 inches 119 x 89 cm framed 49 x 49 inches 125 x 125 cm PAUL PFEIFFER Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1 2000 cibachrome print signed and dated on label verso edition of 6 1 6 unframed 59 x 47 inches 150 x 119 cm framed 69 x 57 x 3 inches 175 x 145 x 8 cm BERT STERN Marilyn Monroe from the Last Sitting Crucifix II 1962 chromogenic print edition of 36 27 36 signed and dated recto unframed 42 1 2 x 43 1 2 inches 108 x 110 cm framed 52 1 4 x 52 1 4 inches 133 x 133 cm WILLIAM ANASTASI Untitled 1996 Unique erased silver gelatin print signed and dated recto unframed 13 3 4 x 15 1 4 inches 35 x 39 cm framed 25 1 2 x 25 1 2 inches 65 x 65 cm VIK MUNIZ Marilyn From Pictures of Diamonds 2004 dye destruction print signed titled and dated label verso framed 60 x 51 inches 152 x 130 cm edition of 10 with 5 AP s ROBERT INDIANA Marilyn Marilyn 1999 oil on canvas unframed 68 x 68 inches 173 x 173 cm framed 72 x 72 inches 183 x 183 cm VIK MUNIZ Bloody Marilyn After Warhol 2001 dye destruction print signed titled and dated on label verso edition of 3 3 3 framed 60 3 4 x 52 1 2 inches 154 x 133 cm CINDY SHERMAN Untitled 1986 chromogenic print signed and dated on

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  • Sean Kelly Gallery - Marilyn: From Anastasi to Weegee - Press Release
    Give 1962 would have been her 30th film Officially listed as suicide Marilyn s death late on the evening of August 4th 1962 continues to be the subject of much speculation and controversy Through Marilyn s image one can explore issues of identity the vocabulary of memory and American popular culture Marilyn herself observed People had a habit of looking at me as if I were some kind of mirror The enduring power of this icon continues to fundamentally inform transform and reflect how we view ourselves in contemporary culture Marilyn s image is constantly represented quoted and manipulated in art reflecting America s ongoing love affair with notions of identity self and fame The exhibition includes a silver gelatin print of a young vibrant Norma Jeane by Andre de Dienes taken in the 1950s At the end of her life Bert Stern photographed Marilyn in the famous Last Sitting while Robert Frank s Marilyn is Dead Cape Cod MA depicts a woman draped in an American flag reading a newspaper with the headline Marilyn Dead Marilyn s image is appropriated in a many ways Andy Warhol whose Reversal Marilyn is included in the exhibition is perhaps the most well

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