ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
Interventions
Through Aug 24, 2018 / Yancey Richardson

Mary Lum, Museum, 2015

Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present our summer group exhibition Interventions, on view through August 24, 2018. The exhibition explores the inventive ways in which artists have transformed the photographic print from the transparent support for an image to a material to be physically manipulated.

 

Mary Lum, Untitled, 2015

Mary Ellen Bartley, The Modernists, 2018 / Ulysses, 2018

Vik Muniz, Untitled (Crumpled Chromatic Scale), 2017

John Baldessari, National City (1), 1996/2009

Featured artists include John Baldessari, Mary Ellen Bartley, Marco Breuer, Moyra Davey, Jay DeFeo, Sandi Haber Fifeld, Bryan Graf, Nicholas Hall, Pello Irazu, Matthew Jensen, Kenneth Josephson, Kensuke Koike, Elad Lassry, Mary Lum, Joseph Maida, Chris McCaw, Vik Muniz, Rachel Perry, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Erin Shirreff, Alyson Shotz, Doug and Mike Starn, Mickalene Thomas and Masao Yamamoto.

 

Kenneth Josephson, Postcard Visit, Chicago, 1969

Marco Breuer, Untitled (C-1489), 2014 / Untitled (C-1652), 2014

Kensuke Koike, Big Beach, 2016

Masao Yamamoto, Untitled #1684 / Untitled #1414

Sandi Haber Fifield, Untitled (LS17 #209), 2018

Chris McCaw, Sunburned GSP #512 (Mojave), 2011

Erin Shirreff, A.P. (no. 19), 2017

The show comprises photographs and photographic postcards that are cut, torn, folded, crumpled, scratched, burned, taped, painted and collaged. Many of the pieces were made with the irreversibility more typical of painting and drawing than photography. In each case, the final work carries the mark of the individual artist’s hand, resulting in a work that combines image and object.

 

Interventions
Through August 24, 2018 / Yancey Richardson
For more information please visit the exhibition page >

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Interventions
Through Aug 24, 2018 / Yancey Richardson

Mary Lum, Museum, 2015

Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present our summer group exhibition Interventions, on view through August 24, 2018. The exhibition explores the inventive ways in which artists have transformed the photographic print from the transparent support for an image to a material to be physically manipulated.

 

Mary Lum, Untitled, 2015

Mary Ellen Bartley, The Modernists, 2018 / Ulysses, 2018

Vik Muniz, Untitled (Crumpled Chromatic Scale), 2017

John Baldessari, National City (1), 1996/2009

Featured artists include John Baldessari, Mary Ellen Bartley, Marco Breuer, Moyra Davey, Jay DeFeo, Sandi Haber Fifeld, Bryan Graf, Nicholas Hall, Pello Irazu, Matthew Jensen, Kenneth Josephson, Kensuke Koike, Elad Lassry, Mary Lum, Joseph Maida, Chris McCaw, Vik Muniz, Rachel Perry, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Erin Shirreff, Alyson Shotz, Doug and Mike Starn, Mickalene Thomas and Masao Yamamoto.

 

Kenneth Josephson, Postcard Visit, Chicago, 1969

Marco Breuer, Untitled (C-1489), 2014 / Untitled (C-1652), 2014

Kensuke Koike, Big Beach, 2016

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Chris McCaw, Sunburned GSP #512 (Mojave), 2011

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The show comprises photographs and photographic postcards that are cut, torn, folded, crumpled, scratched, burned, taped, painted and collaged. Many of the pieces were made with the irreversibility more typical of painting and drawing than photography. In each case, the final work carries the mark of the individual artist’s hand, resulting in a work that combines image and object.

 

Interventions
Through August 24, 2018 / Yancey Richardson
For more information please visit the exhibition page >