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One Wall, One Work

June 22, 2019 – July 26, 2019

One Wall, One Work Archive

array I

Amy Stacey Curtis array I 2018 Wood, acrylic, vinyl, audience

Each of 2 shelves:  1 1/4 x 104 3/4 x 1 1/8 inches  (3.2 x 266.1 x 2.9 cm)
Each of 99 cubes:  7/8 x 7/8 x 7/8 inches  (2.2 x 2.2 x 2.2 cm)
Vinyl: 8 x 30 inches  (20.3 x 76.2 cm)
Top shelf at: 59 inches  (149.9 cm)
Bottom shelf at: 56 inches  (142.2 cm)
Signed and dated on reverse of top shelf in graphite
(Inventory #30241)

 

Krakow Witkin Gallery proudly presents Amy Stacey Curtis’ newest participatory installation as the latest work in the ongoing “One Wall One Work” series.

Amy Stacey Curtis is the Maine Arts Commission’s 2005 and 2017 Individual Artist Fellow For Visual Art and the recipient of numerous grants including those from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. From 1998 to 2016, Curtis completed an 18-year commitment to interactive installation art, 9 solo-biennial exhibits of large-in-scope, participatory works in 9 vast mill spaces throughout Maine. In the end, Curtis mounted 81 installations in 8 Maine towns while cleaning by hand each historic space (averaging 25,000 square feet). Each solo biennial was a 22-month process exploring a different theme, inviting audience to perpetuate and resolve each exhibit’s 9 unique works. Curtis has exhibited interactive installation internationally, while her conceptual/process drawings are in many collections including Bates College Museum of Art, Colby College Museum of Art, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, and Portland Museum of Art. She has a large upcoming solo exhibition at the University of New Hampshire Museum of Art. Born 1970 in Beverly, Massachusetts, Curtis resides in Lyman, Maine.

Amy Stacey Curtis
array I, 2019
Wood, acrylic, vinyl, audience
Each of 2 shelves: 104.75 x 1.25 x 1.125 inches
Each of 99 cubes: .875 x .875 x .875 inches
Vinyl: 8 x 30 inches
Top shelf at: 59 inches
Bottom shelf at: 56 inches
Signed and dated on reverse of top shelf in graphite

Ninety-nine white cubes, each hand-embossed with a number, and 2 white, 99-cube, cube shelves (cube shelves keep cubes equally-spaced and easy-to-grasp/-place), wall-installed, one over the other.
At start of exhibit, all 99 cubes fill upper shelf, while lower shelf empty. Cubes on upper shelf are placed in order “1” through “99”, left-to-right.

Instructions (as much a part of installation as other elements):

Place cubes on lower shelf in random order.
When all cubes reach lower shelf,
place cubes on upper shelf in order.
When all cubes reach upper shelf,
place cubes on lower shelf in random order…
If unsure in what direction cubes are moving, choose.

Note: Audience does not always follow instructions/interprets instructions; this is part of the art.

Wall Drawing #815

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #815 March 1997 Thirty randomly placed points connected to one another using nails, white string on a black wall

First drawn by: Anders Hagman, Barbara O’Brien, Rose Olson
First installation: Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts
This installation size: 96 x 128 inches (243.8 x 325.1 cm)
Signed on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #30329)

Exhibited: March 29, 2019 – June 15, 2019

Krakow Witkin Gallery continues its ongoing relationship to the work of Sol LeWitt. First exhibited in the gallery in 1971, LeWitt’s work has played a steady and strong roll in the gallery’s programming. Along with regular solo exhibitions and inclusions in group shows, Krakow Witkin Gallery has published the catalogue raisonné of LeWitt’s prints online (www.sollewittprints.org). Furthermore, the “One Wall, One Work” series was inspired by LeWitt’s final wall drawing for the gallery. A program that has now been active for well over a decade, it is important to periodically exhibit others of LeWitt’s wall drawings. For this iteration of One Wall, One Work, the gallery presents Wall Drawing #815, a work that has not been photographed previously.

Wall Drawing #815 harkens back to one of the earliest Wall Drawings – Wall Drawing #51 (All architectural points connected by straight lines) which was made with blue snap lines. Like its predecessor, Wall Drawing #815 can be installed on any size wall, but #815 consists of thirty randomly placed points marked by nails, connected to one another via white string, all on a black wall.

View Larger Image Wall Drawing #815

Various Strata

Kay Rosen Various Strata 1985 1-Shot sign paint on wall

Dimensions variable
This installation size: 78 x 78 inches (198.1 x 198.1 cm)
Signed on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #24255)

Exhibited February 16, 2019 – March 23, 2019

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The Flood from Triumphs and Laments

William Kentridge The Flood from Triumphs and Laments 2016 Set of fifteen woodcuts from ten woodblocks onto nine large sheets

and six pieces of Somerset Soft White paper adhered by 30 aluminum pins
Overall size:  71 1/4 x 84 inches  (181 x 213.4 cm)
Edition of 12
Signed and numbered on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #29857)

Exhibited January 5 – February 9, 2019

In early 2016 William Kentridge made a monumental frieze along the banks of Rome’s Tiber River. The 550 meter work (called “Triumphs and Laments”) was stenciled onto the wall of the river from Ponte Sisto to Ponte Mazzini. The frieze’s imagery consisted of scenes from the cultural and political history of Rome.

Also in 2016, Kentridge began a series of large woodcut prints using the same imagery. The work on view at Krakow Witkin Gallery is “The Flood”. The image of “The Flood” draws its inspiration from a photograph that Kentridge found of Romans seeking refuge from the devastating effects of the Tiber River flood that ravaged Rome in 1937. The work was made from multiple blocks of wood, prepared from multiple woodgrains, and printed on multiple sheets of paper that all fit together like a puzzle. Some sheets are cut at sharp angles, others torn. Pieces that the artist attached to the work in the last stages of production allow for overlaps of image and movement.

Queen of Spades

Fred Wilson Queen of Spades 2016 Set of three pigment prints on Hot Press

Image sizes vary for each
Paper size:  32 x 24 1/2 inches each  (81.3 x 62.2 cm each)
Frame size:  34 3/4 x 27 3/8 inches each  (88.3 x 69.5 cm each)
Edition of 18
Signed and dated lower right, numbered lower left and titled lower center in graphite on each sheet
(Inventory #30230)

Exhibited November 17, 2018 – December 22, 2018

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Consider listening

Sam Durant Consider listening 2018 Screenprint on translucent film, light box

11 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches  (30 x 40 x 12 cm)
Edition of 25
Signed and numbered on label on reverse with an accompanied certificate
(Inventory #29901)

Exhibited June 23 – August 3, 2018

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Everyone deserves a dream!

Sam Durant Everyone deserves a dream! 2018 Screenprint on translucent film, light box

11 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches  (30 x 40 x 12 cm)
Edition of 25
Signed and numbered on label on reverse with an accompanied certificate
(Inventory #29769)

Exhibited May 12, 2018 – June 23, 2018

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DUH!

Mel Bochner DUH! 2017 Monoprint with collage, engraving and embossment

on hand-dyed Twinrocker handmade paper
Image/paper size:  22 x 57 1/2 inches  (55.9 x 146.1 cm)
Frame size:  26 3/8 x 61 3/4 inches  (67 x 156.8 cm)
Signed and dated lower right in graphite
(Inventory #29554)

Exhibited March 31, 2018 – May 5, 2018

Water Tower – Oxford, AL

Frank Poor Water Tower – Oxford, AL 2017 Basswood and inkjet print

76 x 36 x 12 inches  (193 x 91.4 x 30.5 cm)
(Inventory #29397)

Exhibited February 17, 2018 – March 24, 2018

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Arno, Blue

Jenny Holzer Arno, Blue 2005 Vertical LED sign: white diodes, stainless steel housing

76 7/8 x 5 1/4 x 3 inches  (195.3 x 13.3 x 7.6 cm)
Edition of 6
(Inventory #27201)

Click on image to see film

Exhibited January 6, 2018 – February 10, 2018

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15 Mouths

Lorna Simpson 15 Mouths 2002 Fifteen iris printed images on Velour paper with deckled edge,

mounted on Hahnemühle Copperplate with letterpress printed text, series of fifteen
Image size:  1 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches each  (3.8 x 8.3 cm each)
Plate size:  1 3/4 x 3 3/8 inches each  (4.4 x 8.6 cm each)
Paper size:  10 x 8 inches each  (25.4 x 20.3 cm each)
Edition of 40, plus 10 APs
Signed and numbered on colophon in graphite
(Inventory #29530)

Exhibited: November 11, 2017 – December 23, 2018

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Untitled

Robert Barry Untitled 2017 Etched black glass mirror in two parts, unique

Square:  30 x 30 inches  (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
Circle:  30″ diameter (76.2 cm)
Signed and dated on accompanied certificate
(Inventory #29251)

Exhibited: September 16, 2017 – November 4, 2017

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Everything is Different

Suara Welitoff Everything is Different 2017 Continuously looping video with sound

Endless loop, monitor size variable
Edition of 10
Signed, titled, dated and numbered on each disk
(Inventory #28940)

Exhibited: April 29, 2017 – May 6, 2017

Untitled

Suara Welitoff Untitled 2015 Continuously looping video (silent)

Edition of 10
Signed, titled, dated and numbered on each disk
(Inventory #28405)

The above imagery is an abbreviated clip of a longer work.

Exhibited: May 6, 2017 – May 13, 2017

The Air Between Us

Suara Welitoff The Air Between Us 2017 Continuously looping video (silent)

Endless loop, monitor size variable
Edition of 10
Signed, titled, dated and numbered on each disk
(Inventory #28939)

The above imagery is an abbreviated clip of a longer work.

Exhibited: May 13, 2017 – May 19, 2017

Train 1

Julian Opie Train 1 2016 Continuous computer animation with sound on a 46" LCD screen with inkjet print,

face mounted on toughened glass in aluminum frame, unique
40 3/4 x 4 3/8 x 77 1/2 inches  (103.6 x 11 x 197 cm)
Signed on label on reverse
(Inventory #28879)

Exhibited: May 19, 2017 – July 28, 2017

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Actualidades/Breaking News

Liliana Porter Actualidades/Breaking News 2016 Digital video

Duration: 22 minutes
Edition of 8
Signed and numbered
Conceived & Directed by Liliana Porter
Co-Director: Ana Tiscornia
Music: Sylvia Meyer
Videography and editing: Federico Lo Bianco
© Liliana Porter, 2016
(Inventory #28472)

Exhibited April 8, 2017 – April 28, 2017

This film was included in a rotating program of works created in video by four artists: Christian Marclay, Liliana Porter, Suara Welitoff and Julian Opie.  Instead of a group show where multiple videos are playing simultaneously, each artist’s work will be on view, on its own, for three weeks.  The choice of these four artists was an active one – to show the breadth and depth of work being made in and with video.

Telephones

Christian Marclay Telephones 1995 DVD

Running time 7:30 minutes
Edition of 250
Signed on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #27661)

Exhibited March 18, 2017 – April 7, 2017

This film was included in a rotating program of works created in video by four artists: Christian Marclay, Liliana Porter, Suara Welitoff and Julian Opie.  Instead of a group show where multiple videos are playing simultaneously, each artist’s work will be on view, on its own, for three weeks.  The choice of these four artists was an active one – to show the breadth and depth of work being made in and with video.

The program began with Christian Marclay’s “Telephones” (on view from March 18  – April 7).  As Daniel Zalewski wrote in The New Yorker, video offered Marclay another way to play with time. In 1995, he completed a rapid-fire montage of movie clips depicting one side of a telephone call. The seven-minute “conversation” was as funny and stilted as the dialogue in a Pinter play. (“Darling, it’s me.” “What?” “The girl’s dead.” “Are you sure? Do you have a positive ID?” “Ah . . . no, not exactly.” “I’m so confused!”) “Telephones,” as it was called, was quietly revolutionary: one of the first video mashups, it was created a decade before the genre became ubiquitous on YouTube. Like its digital descendants, “Telephones” had a wrecking-ball quality; to look smart, it made its source material seem foolish. (Apple later asked to use the video for an ad launching the iPhone; when Marclay declined, the company aired a rip-off.)”  This piece is a looped video that plays continuously, ideally on a dated CRT television monitor.

Wall Drawing #239

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #239 June 1974 Black crayon and black pencil

First Drawn by: Kazuko Miyamoto
First Installation: Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY

Location of a line
A straight line from the lower left corner of the wall to a point halfway between the center of the wall and the midpoint of the left side
(Inventory #28439)

Exhibited: February 14, 2017 – March 18, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #177

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #177 May 1973 Black crayon

First Drawn by: Paula Cooper
First Installation: Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY

A 48″ (120 cm) horizontal line from the right side of the wall, 48″ (120 cm) above the floor

(Inventory #28437)

Exhibited: February 7, 2017 – February 11, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #172

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #172 May 1973 Black and red crayon

First Drawn by: Sol LeWitt, Nicholas Logsdail
First Installation: Lisson Gallery, London, England
Lines through the center of the wall toward midpoints of sides and corners
(Inventory #28436)

 

Exhibited: January 31, 2017 – February 4, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #167

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #167 May 1973 Black and red crayon

First Drawn by: Sol LeWitt, Nicholas Logsdail
First Installation: Lisson Gallery, London, England
A line from the center of the wall to the midpoint of the top side, and a line from the midpoint of the first line to the midpoint of the left side
(Inventory #28435)

Exhibited: January 25, 2017 – January 28, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #166

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #166 May 1973 Black and red crayon

First Drawn by: Sol LeWitt, Nicholas Logsdail
First Installation: Lisson Gallery, London, England
A line through the center of the wall toward the midpoint of the top side and a line from the midpoint of the left side to the midpoint of the right side
(Inventory #28434)

Exhibited: January 18, 2017 – January 21, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #126

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #126 March 1972 Black pencil

First Drawn by: C. Kaufman, S. Kuffler, Matt Mullican, R. Rosenwasser, J. Stein, James Welling
First Installation: California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

Not straight lines from corners to corners
A not straight line from the upper left corner to the lower right corner, and a not straight line from the upper right corner to the lower left corner
(Inventory #28433)

Exhibited: January 10, 2017 – January 14, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Wall Drawing #121

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #121 December 1971 Black pencil

First Drawn by: Saul Ostrow
First Installation: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Crossing lines
A not straight line from the upper left corner to the lower right corner and from the upper right corner to the lower left corner, a not straight line from the midpoint of the left side to the midpoint of the right side, and a not straight line from the midpoint of the top to the midpoint of the bottom, all crossing in the center of the wall.
(Inventory #28432)

Exhibited: January 3, 2017 – January 7, 2017

Read more about Seven Weeks / Seven Wall Drawings here

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ

Daniel Buren Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ 1998 Unique wall painted in color with hand-drawn grid and 25 aluminum plates, screen-printed graphite gray and white to be mounted on a wall, from a series of fifteen, with each being unique in wall color, this one in Pantone 072C Blue

Plate size:  17 1/8 x 17 1/8 inches each  (43.5 x 43.5 cm)
Installation size according to the wall
Signed and numbered on certificate
(Inventory #25030)

Exhibited: September 10, 2016 – December 10, 2016

Read more about this work here

Section 88: Views from inner to outer compartment_ACT VI_Scene II

Walid Raad Section 88: Views from inner to outer compartment_ACT VI_Scene II 2013 Wood

28 1/4 x 94 x 1 inches  (71.8 x 238.8 x 2.5 cm)
Edition of 3
(Inventory #28132)

Exhibited: May 11, 2016 – July 29, 2016

Read more about this work here

Read ARTEIDOLIA Review by Mira Dayal here

Crossed Mirage III

Ursula von Rydingsvard Crossed Mirage III 2015 Cedar and graphite

Overall size:  67 1/2 x 85 5/8 x 17 1/2 inches  (171.5 x 217.5 x 44.5 cm)
Signed on reverse
(Inventory #27949)

Exhibited: January 12, 2016 – May 5, 2016

Read more about this work here

Read The Boston Globe Exhibition Review here

Untitled

Tara Donovan Untitled 2015 Slinkys®

Dimensions variable
This installation size:  72 x 106 inches (182.9 x 269.2 cm)
on a wall measuring 96 x 128 inches (horizontal)
Signed on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #27738)

Exhibited: October 15, 2015 – January 12, 2016

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Untitled

Lawrence Weiner Untitled 2006 Wallwork in four colors

Dimensions variable (size is made to fit any wall the work is allotted to)
Edition of 8
Signed and numbered on the accompanying certificate
(Inventory #27355)

Exhibited:  June 2015 – October 2015

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Rosa Parks

Richard Serra Rosa Parks 1987 Three color screenprint and Paintstik on coated paper

Image/paper size:  40 1/8 x 82 1/2 inches  (102 x 209.5 cm)
Frame size:  43 x 85 1/2 inches  (109.2 x 217.2 cm)
Edition of 30, 8 AP
Signed, dated and numbered on verso
(Inventory #22019)

Exhibited: April 2015 – June 2015

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TRUISMS (selections from 1977-79)

Jenny Holzer TRUISMS (selections from 1977-79) 2013 Portable digital projection, 49-minute digital animation loop including 232 Truisms, in two rotations with 31 unique animations on an HD mini-projector encased in a custom black box specified by the artist

Custom black box size:  8 x 5 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches  (20.3 x 14 x 9.5 cm)
Edition of 12
Numbered and signed stamped on the bottom
(Inventory #27399)

 

Jenny Holzer: 1977 – 2013

Barbara Krakow Gallery
Exhibited: March 2015 – April 2015

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The Clock Tower

Lorna Simpson The Clock Tower 1995 Serigraph on twelve felt panels with one felt text panel

Image/panel size:  33 3/8 x 22 1/4 inches each  (84.8 x 56.5 cm each)
Text panel size:  8 x 6 inches  (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
Overall size:  99 3/4 x 89 inches  (253.4 x 226.1 cm)
Edition of 5, PP
Signed, titled and numbered on reverse on 12th panel
(Inventory #26602)

Exhibited: January 2015 – March 2015

TEXT PANEL:
He can hear sighs and conversations of people collecting in the hall waiting for elevators, heading out of the building, the telephone rings.
“Good, I hoped that you were still here.”
“Yeah, well I thought that it might be you.”
“Where do you want to meet?”
“Well, they are still under construction on the 15th floor and the union guys are out of there by now and I think they have finished a few of the offices with good views. Wait a second… I don’t hear the muffled power tools. Want to go there?”
“Sure, I have not been down there as yet.”
” What about the rooftop conference room? Was there anything scheduled there today?”
“I don’t think so, but we will have to take the stairs to get up there…the west staircase is always an option a little later if you still have work to do.”
“Naw, I’m almost finished.”
“What time do you have?”
“8:20.”
“I’ll meet you in the hall at a quarter to.”
“Okay.”

 

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EDGE/EDGES

Peter Downsbrough EDGE/EDGES 2014 Bars: painted rectangular metal tube (1 1/4 x 1/4 inches each)

Text:  painted metal plate (1/4 inch thick)
Each element:  69 x 1 1/4 x 5 inches  (175 x 3.2 x 12.5 cm)
Overall size dimensions variable
This installation size:  69 x 90 inches  (175.3 x 228.6 cm)
Signed and dated on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #26898)

Exhibited: November 2014 – January 2015

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The Top Ten Historical Similarities (and Differences) Between Prints and Photographs

Allen Ruppersberg The Top Ten Historical Similarities (and Differences) Between Prints and Photographs 2012 Set of ten digital photographs (nine with lithographic additions, 3 with hand-colored additions) accompanied by a cloth-covered folio

Six at 16 x 20 inches each  (40.6 x 50.8 cm each)
Four at 20 x 16 inches each  (50.8 x 40.6 cm each)
Edition of 30Signed ‘A Ruppersberg’ lower center, numbered lower left and dated lower right on each sheet
(Inventory #24605)

Exhibited: October 2014 – November 2014

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Ten Feet

Mel Bochner Ten Feet 1997 Unique installation of monoprints with wood engraving and embossment on hand-dyed Twinrocker handmade paper in ten parts

4 x 12 inches each  (10.2 x 30.5 cm each)
This installation size is 4 inches x 120 inches
Signed ‘Mel Bochner’ on reverse on each piece
(Inventory #26687)

Mel Bochner

Barbara Krakow Gallery
Exhibited: September 2014 – October 2014

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The Shapes Project: Shapes From Maine Shapes Ornaments

Allan McCollum The Shapes Project: Shapes From Maine Shapes Ornaments 2005/2008 New England Rock Maple

Each one with signed authentication card
Collection of 144
Each one:  2 1/4 x 3 3/8 x 1/2 inches  (5.7 x 8.6 x 1.3 cm)
(Inventory #20624)

Apparent Forms

Barbara Krakow Gallery
Exhibited: June 2014 – September 2014

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The Shapes Project: Shapes From Maine Shapes Ornaments

Allan McCollum The Shapes Project: Shapes From Maine Shapes Ornaments

Detail Image

 

Exhibited: June 2014 – September 2014

Untitled

Robert Barry Untitled 2014 Metallic decal on wall

Signed and dated on accompanying certificate
Installation size variable
(Inventory #26309)

Robert Barry
Barbara Krakow Gallery
Exhibited: May – June 2014

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Pastoral

Kara Walker Pastoral 1999 Wall painting in black

Edition of 15
72 x 76 inches (183 x 193 cm)
(Inventory #14918)

Exhibited: February 2014 – May 2014

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Trees 1

Julian Opie Trees 1 2013 Unique vinyl on wall

Installation dimensions vary
This installation size:  96 5/8 x 128 1/2 inches  (245.4 x 326.4 cm)
(Inventory #25684)

Julian Opie

Barbara Krakow Gallery
Exhibited: October 2013 – February 2014

Read more about this work and it’s exhibition here

Broken Bubbles

Barbara Broughel Broken Bubbles 2010-2012 Six poplar panels with oil paint

Signed on the back
Panel size:  16 x 16 inches each  (40.6 x 40.6 cm each)
Overall size:  33 1/2 x 51 inches  (85.1 x 129.5 cm)
(Inventory #24514)

Exhibited September 2013 – October 2013

Constructed Landscape (Winter)

Kay Rosen Constructed Landscape (Winter) 2012 Latex paint on wall

Installation measurements vary
This installation:  8′ x 10′ 8″
(Inventory #24818)

Exhibited: January 2013 – September 2013

Read more about this work here

 

Reflections

Robert Barry Reflections 2006 Red acrylic mirror mounted on wall (accompanied with a custom designed box covered with grey velvet paper with embossed printing)

Edition of 9
Signed, dated and numbered in box
Installation size: 4 3/8 inches x 33 1/2 inches overall
Letter size:  4 3/8 inches each
Box size:  11 x 39 x 1 5/8 inches
(Inventory #25505)

Exhibited: October 2012 – January 2013

 

 

Untitled

Tara Donovan Untitled 2007 Polyester metallized film tape

Dimensions Variable
This installation will measure on wall 96″ x 128″
(Inventory #24425)

Exhibited: September 2012

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Fragment: Figure VIII

George Segal Fragment: Figure VIII 1970 Cast plaster relief

Edition of 8
Signed, dated ’70 and numbered on reverse
37 x 20 x 10 inches  (93.9 x 50.8 x 25.4 cm)
(Inventory #24134)

Exhibited April 2012 – September 2012

OPALKA 1965 / 1 – ∞

Roman Opalka OPALKA 1965 / 1 – ∞ 2008 Set of fifty duotone prints on matte Novatech 200 gram paper

Edition of 298
Signed and numbered on colophon page
Image/paper size (folded):  12 x 9 3/8 inches each  (30.5 x 23.8 cm each)
Image/paper size (unfolded):  12 x 18 3/4 inches each  (30.5 x 47.6 cm each)
Portfolio case:  12 5/8 x 10 1/8 x 2 inches  (32.1 x 25.7 x 5.1 cm)
(Inventory #23902)

Exhibited: January 2012 – April 2012

 

STILL

Peter Downsbrough STILL 2011 Wall piece with latex paint

Overall dimensions variable
This installation: 79 x 79 inches (200.7 x 200.7 cm)
(Inventory #23776)

First painted by: Ryan Cross, Barbara Krakow Gallery

First installation: Surface Area September 10, 2011 – October 15, 2011

Here Comes the Sun

Suara Welitoff Here Comes the Sun 2010 Continuously looping video (silent)

Edition of 10
Installation dimensions vary
(Inventory #22505)

Exhibited at Barbara Krakow Gallery

Suara Welitoff, June 11, 2011 – August 2, 2011

Untitled (Circle Mural), I From a series of Circle Murals

Liliana Porter Untitled (Circle Mural), I From a series of Circle Murals 1973-1974 Wall installation of vintage laminated photograph and graphite on wall

Diameter:  2 meters (Approximately 79 inches diameter)
(Inventory #22663)

Exhibited: September 10, 2010 – October 16, 2010

Untitled (Circle Mural), I From a series of Circle Murals

Liliana Porter Untitled (Circle Mural), I From a series of Circle Murals 1973-1974 Wall installation of vintage laminated photograph and graphite on wall

Diameter:  2 meters  (Approximately 79 inches diameter)
(Inventory #22663)

Detail View

Three Light Boxes for One Wall

Daniel Buren Three Light Boxes for One Wall 1989 Three electrical light boxes with silkscreen; each work in the series of 15 is unique in color, this one in blue (Pantone #2955)

Signed and numbered on label on verso of one box
Small box: 23 1/2 x 31 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Medium box: 31 1/2 x 31 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
and Large box:  39 x 31 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
(Inventory #19398)

Exhibited: March 20, 2010 – May 1, 2010

Aphorism-Archimedes

Lawrence Weiner Aphorism-Archimedes 2007 Wall drawing in two colors of gloss vinyl

Edition of 15
Signed and numbered on the certificate
Dimensions variable (size is made to fit any wall the work is allotted to)
(Inventory #22145)

Exhibited: January 23, 2010 – March 13, 2010

Affresco – 5

Michelangelo Pistoletto Affresco – 5 1998 Five acrylic mirror fragments mounted on a painted wall

Mirror fragments irregularly shaped and sized
Installation size varies according to the chosen wall
This installation size: 92 x 137 inches
Edition of 12
Signed and numbered on a printed certificate with collage
(Inventory #22640)

Exhibited: Missing: Featuring work by Barbara Broughel, Carrol Dunham, Joseph Grigely, Yayoi Kusama, Sol LeWitt, Allan McCollum, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Robin Rhode, Fred Sandback, Jonathan Seliger, and Sarah Sze, January 17, 2009 – March 4, 2009, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston

Red and yellow styrofoam on a blue wall, December 1995

Sol LeWitt Red and yellow styrofoam on a blue wall, December 1995 December 1995 Blue painted wall and red and yellow painted styrofoam

Dimensions variable, based on the wall. This installation: 7 feet, 11 inches tall x 11 feet, 3 inches wide
(Inventory #19684)

Exhibited: Sol LeWitt: Small Structures and Related Works, April 12, 2008 – May 21, 2008, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston

Wall Drawing #1212

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #1212 2006 Black Pencil

First drawn by: Ben Chaffee, Jesse Good
First installation: Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA, August 2006
96 3/4 x 128 1/2 inches (245.7 x 326.4 cm)
Signed on accompanying certificate
(Inventory #17986)