Jason Martin’s manipulation of pure pigment on aluminium in works Obregón and Tojo from his series of almost sculptural paintings named after the world’s most notorious dictators will be presented at KIAF 2013.
Ink Wash / Sumi-e, Ink, on paper. 34.75 х 19.19 in. cm. Signed, stamped, and inscribed upper right and stamped with artist’s seal in red, upper right. Estimate US$40,000–60,000 Opening Bid US$25,000 € End Time 8 hours, 41 minutes Wednesday, June 27, 2012, 10:55 a.m. (EST) Add to My Watchlist Contact the specialist, Patrick Regan Lot description Image size 31 3/8" x 19 3/16"; Sheet size 34 3/4" x 19 3/16"; Mounted size 42" x 24 13/16" Huang Binhong (黄宾虹 1865-1955) is…
18th Biennale of Sydney: all our relations In The Mending Project, my interactive conceptual installation, I use very simple elements – thread, color, sewing – as points of departure for gaining insights into the relationships among self, other and immediate surroundings. It also constitutes an act of sharing between a stranger and myself.
The Hatch is a peephole to endless inner depths. It's a kinetic light sculpture half buried in the ground. Standing afar, it looks like a transparent cube covering illuminated sticks resembling a ladder. When looking from above, one sees an endless tunnel to the bottom of the earth. The Hatch is manipulating space, building an infinite chamber through light.