1. COLOR 2. HOLE AND 3. JOKE

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Eschenbachgasse 9, A-1010, Vienna, Austria
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1. COLOR 2. HOLE AND 3. JOKE

Vienna

1. COLOR 2. HOLE AND 3. JOKE
to Sat 28 Mar 2020
Tue-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-3pm

Selected Works on Paper

Rachel Harrison
Ulrike Müller
Yoshitomo Nara
Raymond Pettibon
Florian Pumhösl
Amelie von Wulffen
Franz West
and Heimo Zobernig

Artworks

untitled, 2003

Colored pencil on paper (envelope)
26 x 12 cm

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untitled, 2005

Colored pencil on paper (envelope)
39 x 24 cm

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untitled, 2005

Colored pencil on paper (envelope)
23,5 x 33,5 cm

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untitled, 2004

Colored pencil on paper (envelope)
27 x 38 cm

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untitled, 2004

Colored pencil on cardboard
21,2 x 15,5 x 5,5 cm

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Falklands II, 2005/2019

Reverse glass painting, epoxy resin on handcrafted glass
72 x 47 cm

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Falklands I, 2005/2019

Reverse glass painting, epoxy resin on handcrafted glass
51 x 68 cm

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Java Sea, 2005/2019

Reverse glass painting, epoxy resin on handcrafted glass
72 x 54 cm

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untitled, 2003

Ink on paper
57,5 x 36 cm

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untitled, 1998

Ink on paper
42 x 29,5 cm

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untitled, 2001

Ink on paper
55,5 x 43,5 cm

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untitled, 2003

Ink, pencil on paper
47 x 36 cm

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untitled, c. 1985

Papier mâché (painted by Herbert Brandl)
63 x 78 cm

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Passstück, c. 1983

Papier mâché (painted by Eugenia Rochas)
40 x 74 x 11 cm

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untitled, 1984

Series of 19 gouaches on paper
c. 30 x 21 cm each

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Unfinished Masterpiece Fourteen, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Unfinished Masterpiece Eleven, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Unfinished Masterpiece Thirteen, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Unfinished Masterpiece Fifteen, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Unfinished Masterpiece Twelve, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Unfinished Masterpiece Sixteen, 2019

Colored pencil, graphite, watercolor, liquid acrylic, and wax crayon on pigmented inkjet print
36 x 43 cm

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Grammatik, 2018

Monotype with chine-collé, printed with 10 Grand Press in Brooklyn, NY
73,7 x 55,9 cm

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Celadon, 2018

Monotype with pochoir, printed with 10 Grand Press in Brooklyn, NY
73,7 x 56,6 cm

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Rote Blume, 2018

Monotype, printed with 10 Grand Press in Brooklyn, NY
73,7 x 55,9 cm

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Knife Act, 2018

Monotype with pochoir, printed with 10 Grand Press in Brooklyn, NY
73,7 x 55,9 cm

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untitled, 2016

Acrylic on paper
29,5 x 20,7 cm

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untitled, 2016

Acrylic on paper
29,7 x 21 cm

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untitled, 2016

Acrylic on paper
29,5 x 20,7 cm

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untitled, 2016

Acrylic on paper
29,7 x 21 cm

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untitled, 2016

Acrylic on paper
29,7 x 21 cm

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untitled, 1985

Gouache on paper
30,4 x 20,5 cm

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untitled, 1985

Gouache on paper
29,7 x 20,5 cm

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untitled, 2007

Acrylic, watercolor, baryt print on paper
169 x 111 cm

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untitled, 2007

Charcoal, acrylic, retouching paint, photo on paper
113 x 420 cm

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untitled, 2007

Acrylic, watercolor, baryt print on paper
198 x 173 cm

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untitled, 2010

Watercolor, ink on paper
29,7 x 21 cm

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untitled, 2010

Watercolor, ink on paper
29 x 20 cm

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untitled, 2019

Watercolor, ink on paper
29 x 21 cm

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untitled, 2010

Watercolor, ink on paper
29,7 x 21 cm

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untitled, 2019

Watercolor, ink on paper
30,6 x 22,7 cm

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untitled, 2019

Watercolor, ink on paper
21 x 29,6 cm

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Drawing became fashionable in the 18th century, when it left the confines of the artist’s studio to enter a broader field of discourse, culture, politics, and social life. This transformation was most evident in France, where drawing was significantly and influentially repositioned and reconceptualized. This exhibition traces the emergence of the modern understanding of works on paper in multiple senses—as an autonomous form of expression, an index of the artist’s style, an object of aesthetic contemplation, and an epistemological tool. By exploring the artists’ interactions with paper rather than simply their use of the material as a basis, the exhibition considers works on paper as a means of conceptualization as well as a visual mode of thinking in and of itself. Focusing on the power of contemporary works on paper, this selection of work looks at how artists use drawing to examine themes including identity, place, and memory, thereby pushing the boundaries of the medium. The constitutive influence of Pop Art on their work is shared by all the artists represented in the show. Building on the achievements of Dadaism, the Pop artists began to parody the society on which their reactions were based. The Pop Art movement then sought to solidify the idea that art can draw from any source, that there is no cultural hierarchy to disrupt this. Presented in a fine art setting, the line between “high culture” and the quotidian becomes blurred. To assess the permanent conceptual impact on contemporary drawing, we must bear in mind some of the characteristics of contemporary art after Pop Art: Appropriation of cultural icons; use of vibrant, bright colors, irony, and satire; as well as innovative techniques like print, mixed media, and collage that reference its graphic nature.

Courtesy of the artists and Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna. Photo: Marcel Koehler


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