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Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition

Sadie Dodson Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition

Collection Online | Glenn Ligon. Prisoner of Love #1. 1992 - Guggenheim Museum

Prisoner of Love by Glenn Ligon by Guggenheim Museum Size: cm Medium: Oil and gesso on linen Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Gift, The Bohen Foundation, 2001 © Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon via Ghosts Of The Great Highway

Glenn Ligon pursues an incisive exploration of American history, literature, and society across a body of work that builds critically on the legacies of modern painting and more recent conceptual art.

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Fiona Banner - Almost Fluoroscent Nude, 2007 Indian ink on wall

grupaok: “ grupaok: “ Glenn Ligon, Give us a Poem (Palindrome #2), 2007 “Glenn Ligon made this neon piece […] in 2007, and I saw it a little while back on the wall of the Studio Museum in Harlem, where it’s part of the permanent collection. The work...

grupaok: “ Glenn Ligon, Give us a Poem (Palindrome 2007 “Glenn Ligon made this neon piece […] in and I saw it a little while back on the wall of the Studio Museum in Harlem, where it’s part of the permanent collection. The work is built.

Glenn Ligon, “Untitled (I live on my shadow),” 2009, Neon and paint, Courtesy of Luhring Augustine

Glenn Ligon - Untitled (I live on my shadow), 2009 - Neon and paint / Courtesy of Luhring Augustine

Glenn Ligon, Mirror #7, 2006. Acrylic, coal dust, silkscreen, gesso and oil stick on canvas 84 x 60 in. (213.4 x 152.4 cm).

Glenn Ligon, Mirror Acrylic, coal dust, silkscreen, gesso and oil stick on canvas 84 x 60 in.

Glenn Ligon, “Around 1970 or 1971,” 2007, Neon and paint, Courtesy of Luhring Augustine

New York – “Glenn Ligon: Neon” at Luhring Augustine Through January 2013

Glenn Ligon (b. 1960), Rückenfigur, 2009. Neon and paint, 24 × 145 in. (61 × 368.3 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Paint and Sculpture Committee  T.2010.71. © Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon (b. Rückenfigur, Neon and paint, 24 × 145 in. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Paint and Sculpture Committee © Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon Masquerade, 2002

Glenn Ligon pursues an incisive exploration of American history, literature, and society across a body of work that builds critically on the legacies of modern painting and more recent conceptual art.

Untitled ("I am an invisible man"), 1991.  Glenn Ligon (American, born 1960), Oilstick on paper, 30 x 17 1/4" (76.2 x 43.8 cm). MoMA, Gift of The Bohen Foundation. © 2012 Glenn Ligon

studiomuseum: “ Glenn Ligon Untitled (I am an invisible man), 1991 Oilstick on paper 30 x 17 x cm) Gift of The Bohen Foundation © 2014 Glenn Ligon ”

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Luis Camnitzer - This is a Mirror, You are a Written Sentence, vacuum-formed polystyrene mounted on synthetic board, 19 x 25 cm. Photo by Peter Schälchli, Zurich.

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