False Documents & Other Illusions

October 30, 2010 through January 2, 2011

 



 

Checklist from the exhibition

 
 
Susan Collis (England, born Scotland 1956)
 
Conserve, 2009, iroko & oak woods, white holly veneers, mother of pearl, smokey topaz, silver. Private collection.
 
Love is a Charm of Powerful Trouble, 2008, wooden broom, white opal, yellow opal, brazilian opal, cultured pearl, freshwater pearl, mother of pearl, white diamond, black diamond, sapphire, garnet, ruby, labradorite, moonstone, white howlite, jadeite, citron crysoprase, turquoise, peridot, emerald. Private collection.
 
Sculpture Show, 2009, 38 pieces, dimensions variable, Materials list
1. Gold screw 2. Gold screw 3. 4mm Garnet 4. 4mm Amethyst 5. 3mm smoky quartz 6. Gold screw 7. 3mm smoky quartz 8. Gold screw 9. 3mm smoky quartz 10. 2mm sapphire 11. 3mm sapphire 12. 2mm smoky quartz 13. 2mm sapphire 14. 3mm smoky quartz 15. 3mm sapphire 16. 2mm sapphire 17. 2mm amethyst 18. 2mm sapphire 19. 2mm black diamond 20. carved garnet rawl-plug 21. 4mm Garnet 22. 3mm smoky quartz 23. carved brown goldstone rawl-plug with silver screw 24. 8mm garnet 25. carved red carnelian rawl-plug 26. 3mm smoky quartz 27. 3mm smoky quartz 28. 2mm black diamond 29. 3mm amethyst 30. Gold screw 31. 3mm smoky quartz 32. 3mm amethyst 33. 3mm smoky quartz 34. 3mm amethyst 35. 3mm sapphire 36. 3mm sapphire 37. 2mm sapphire 38. 10mm smoky quart. Courtesy of Seventeen Gallery, London.
 
 
Marti Cormand (United States, born Spain 1971)
 
[8 cardboard paintings], 2009. Private collection.
 
 
Carly Glovinski (United States, born 1981)
 
Untitled (9 bags constructed and manipulated to appear as plastic shopping bags), 2010, ink, tracing paper, adhesive, dimensions variable. Lent by the artist.
 
Untitled (dish rag), 2010, ink, correction fluid on paper. Lent by the artist.
 
 
 
Carl Haase (United States, born 1977)
 
Crumpled 1-4, 2007, screenprint, chine collé on paper. Lent by the artist.
 
 
Duncan Hewitt (United States, born 1949)
 
Inner Tubes, 2008, carved and painted wood, dimensions variable. Lent by the artist.
 
Pops, 2004, carved and painted wood in plastic bag, 4 x 5 x 1 inches. Lent by the artist.
 
Forks, 2004, carved and painted wood in plastic bag, 8 x 8 x 1/2 inches. Lent by the artist.
 
 
 
Nina Katchadourian (United States, born 1968)
 
Natural Car Alarms, 2002, video documentation of 3 cars rigged with modified 6-tone car alarms. Lent by the artist, courtesy of Sara Meltzer Gallery.
 
 
Angela Lorenz (United States, born 1965)
 
Sir Thomas'more or Utopia Impaled: A Memento Mori More's'mores as Metaphor for More's Mores and More's Mors, in Morus, 2007, molded paper, pencil, brass. Museum purchase with support from the Barbara Cash Collection of Private Press and Artist's Books Fund, 2007.27a-d.
 
 
Vik Muniz (United States, born Brazil, 1961)
 
Verso (American Gothic), 2008, mixed media object, 36 x 30 3/4 x 10 inches (installed), object depth: 1 1/2 inches. Lent by the artist, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
 
Verso (Trotsky, Bolshevist Minister of War, Photographed Recently in His Office in Moscow), 2008, mixed media, edition 2/6, 5.125 x 7.125 inches. Lent by the artist, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
 
Verso (The Winner in Broad Jump, Jesse Owens), 2008, mixed media, edition 2/6, 6.75 x 9.125 inches. Lent by the artist, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
 
Verso (A Destitute Mother: The Type Aided by the WPA), 2008, mixed media, edition 2/6, 8.125 x 10.25 inches. Lent by the artist, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
 
Medusa Marinara, 1999, glazed ceramic with photolithograph. Gift of Daniel E. O'Leary and Hilary Bassett, 1999.63.
 
 
Ken Solomon (United States, born 1971)
 
[stamps, 2 works]
gouache, pencil, mixed media on paper. Private collection.
 
 
Molly Springfield (United States, born 1977)
 
Index, 2007, graphite on paper, 11 x 17 inches. Private collection.
 
A Guide to Better Photography, 2007, graphite on paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches. Private collection.
 
Melancholy Results, 2008, graphite on paper, 6 x 9 inches. Private collection.
 
 
Mary Temple (United States)
 
TBD, 2010, latex paint, site-specific installation, approximately 10 feet wide.
 
 
Steve Wolfe (United States, born Italy, 1955)
 
Untitled (L'Oeuvre), 1987, oil, ink transfer, modeling paste and wood, 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 x 1 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.
 
Untitled (Study for Salt Seller), 2000, pencil and screenprint on paper, 13 1/2 x 10 inches.
Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.
 
Untitled (Salt Seller), 2000­2002, oil, ink transfer and gold-plated bronze, 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 x 3/4 inches. Private collection.
 
Untitled (The Skin of Dreams), 2000­2002, Book: Oil, lithography, modeling paste, paper, wood veneer and galvanized steel, 9 1/8 x 12 x 1 inches, Nail: Acrylic, modeling paste and balsa wood, 1 1/4 x 1 inches, Overall: 63 3/4 x 15 x 1 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.
 
Untitled (The Postman Always Rings Twice), 1996­1997, oil, screenprint, modeling paste, canvas board, paper and wood, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 x 1 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.
 
 
The Yes Men (United States)
 
NY Times, July 4, 2009, offset litho. Lent by the artists.

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