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MARINA ABRAMOVIC, Portrait with Golden Mask, 2009

MARINA ABRAMOVIC

Portrait with Golden Mask, 2009

framed fine art pigment print

print: 50 x 50 inches (127 x 127 cm)

framed: 52 x 52 inches (132.1 x 132.1 cm)

edition of 9 with 2 APs

work is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity

MA-218

LAURENT GRASSO, Studies into the Past, 2017

LAURENT GRASSO

Studies into the Past, 2017

oil and palladium leaf on wood

8 11/16 x 9 7/16 x 2 1/16 inches (22 x 24 x 5.3 cm)

the work is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity

LG-P.17.1614

JOSE DAVILA, Untitled (Nude with Bust), 2015

JOSE DAVILA

Untitled (Nude with Bust), 2015

archival pigment print

paper: 59 1/8 x 49 9/16 inches (150.2 x 125.9 cm)

framed: 60 3/8 x 50 13/16 x 3 inches (153.4 x 129.1 x 7.6 cm)

edition of 4 with 1 AP

signed by artist on label, verso with accompanying signed certificate of authenticity

JDa-15.163

CALLUM INNES, Exposed Painting Lamp Black, 2018

CALLUM INNES

Exposed Painting Lamp Black, 2018

oil on linen

47 1/4 x 46 7/16 inches (120 x 118 cm)

signed by the artist, verso with accompanying signed certificate of authenticity

CI-49.18

IDRIS KHAN, The Old Tune, 2019

IDRIS KHAN

The Old Tune, 2019

digital C print

image/paper: 65 7/8 x 50 inches (167.3 x 127 cm)

framed: 70 3/4 x 55 x 2 3/4 inches (179.7 x 139.7 x 7 cm)

edition of 7 with 2 APs 

signed by artist on label, verso

IK-410

新聞稿

TEFAF Fall New York 2019
Sean Kelly and Charles Ede 

Stand 210, The Historic Rooms
Park Avenue Armory, New York

VIP Preview: Thursday, October 31, 2019
Public Days: November 1 – 5, 2019

Sean Kelly is delighted to exhibit at TEFAF Fall New York in collaboration with London antiquities dealer, Charles Ede. Together, the galleries will present pairings of ancient and contemporary works in provocative dialogue with one another to explore continuity and evolution in universal themes of art spanning a period of over 5,000 years. Amongst other dynamic pairings, is a photographic self-portrait by Marina Abramović from 2009, in dialogue with a Hellenistic marble male head from the 2nd-1st century BC; a Callum Innes exposed painting from 2018, in which the act of layering and removing oil paint creates a dynamic dialogue with a Roman marble draped sculpture of Asclepius from c.100-150 AD; and a multi-layered digital photograph of musical notation, by Idris Khan,  The Old Tune, 2019, exhibited adjacent to a hieroglyphic text of an Egyptian granite stelephorous fragment of vizier Paser from the 19th Dynasty, c.1291-1213 BC. Sean Kelly gallery has participated in TEFAF New York Spring since its inception in 2017. We very much look forward to welcoming you to our unique shared booth with Charles Ede and to exhibiting for the first time in TEFAF Fall New York.

For additional information on the artists and artworks presented at TEFAF Fall New York please visit skny.com

For all inquiries, please contact the gallery at 212.239.1181 or info@skny.com


Creative Spaces

Presented publicly for the first time as part of TEFAF Fall New York’s, Creative Spaces program will be an edition of Kehinde Wiley’s sculpture Rumors of War, 2019. A monumental version of which is currently on display in Times Square through December 1, 2019. Wiley’s work presents a powerful visual repositioning of young black men in our public consciousness while directly engaging the national conversation around controversial monuments and their role in perpetuating incomplete narratives and contemporary inequities. Following its presentation in Times Square, Rumors of War will be permanently installed on historic Arthur Ashe Boulevard in Richmond at the entrance to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, a recent acquisition to the museum’s world-class collection. 


Art in Public: Redefining History, Memory, Identity
 
Sunday, November 3, 4-5pm
 
Veteran's Room
Park Avenue Armory, New York

Sean Kelly will participate in a panel discussion about the representations of race, gender, and identity in the powerful new sculptures created by artists Kehinde Wiley (Rumors of War) and Wangechi Mutu (The NewOnes, will free Us), to explore what these monumental works tell us about public sculpture and its role in 2019.

Panel Speakers: Kelly Baum, Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Curator, Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Sean Kelly, Owner, Sean Kelly Gallery; Seph Rodney, PhD, Senior Editor, Hyperallergic; Melissa Smith, Freelance Journalist Moderator: Evan Beard, National Art Services Executive, Bank of America.

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