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UNTITLED, ART Online

7/30–8/2/2020

Joe Goode  Di Plaza, 2019  Archival pigment print, lithograph, silkscreen

Joe Goode

Di Plaza, 2019

Archival pigment print, lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 40

34 x 23 in.

735c-JG19

$3,500

 

Fred Eversley  Red Dwarf, 2019  Archival pigment print

Fred Eversley

Red Dwarf, 2019

Archival pigment print, ed. 50

32 x 32 in.

734c-FE19

$3,500

Joe Goode  Double Feature, 2019  Archival pigment print, lithograph, silkscreen

Joe Goode

Double Feature, 2019

Archival pigment print, lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 40

34 x 23 in.

733c-JG19

$3,500

Jonas Wood  Untitled, 2014  Lithograph, silkscreen

Jonas Wood

Untitled, 2014

Lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 50

48 x 37 in.

689c-JW14

Set of 4, $120,000

Jonas Wood  Untitled, 2014  Lithograph, silkscreen

Jonas Wood

Untitled, 2014

Lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 50

48 x 37 in.

690c-JW14

Set of 4, $120,000

Jonas Wood  Untitled, 2014  Lithograph, silkscreen

Jonas Wood

Untitled, 2014

Lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 50

48 x 37 in.

688c-JW14

Set of 4, $120,000

Jonas Wood  Untitled, 2014  Lithograph, silkscreen

Jonas Wood

Untitled, 2014

Lithograph, silkscreen, ed. 50

48 x 37 in.

691c-JW14

Set of 4, $120,000

Barbara T. Smith  Rocks, Weeds, Dirt, 2019  Archival pigment print

Barbara T. Smith

Rocks, Weeds, Dirt, 2019

Archival pigment print, ed. 50

18 1/2 x 38 1/2 in.

736c-BTS19

$1,800

Ed Ruscha  If, 2000  Lithograph

Ed Ruscha

If, 2000

Lithograph, ed. 75

22 x 36 in.

589c-ER00 TPXX

$35,000

Vija Celmins  Strata, 1983  Mezzotint

Vija Celmins

Strata, 1983

Mezzotint

29½ × 35¼ in.

003-83-VC

$85,000

Press Release

Cirrus Gallery to show selection of prints at UNTITLED online, including work by Vija Celmins, Fred Eversley, Joe Goode, Ed Ruscha, Barbara T. Smith, and Jonas Wood.

UNTITLED, ART online opens on Friday, July 31, at 11 am, and runs through Sunday, August 2, 11:59 pm EST. VIP preview hours begin Thursday, July 30 at 11 am EST. 

Cirrus is pleased to present 6 artists—Vija Celmins, Fred Eversley, Joe Goode, Ed Ruscha, Barbara T. Smith, and Jonas Wood. The works on view concern a variety of vistas—through hotel curtains improbably blocked by the icy impasto of a blue milk bottle (Joe Goode), a starry atmosphere (Vija Celmins), improbable vistas of closely-held majestic mountainous views enclosed in domestic flower pots (Jonas Wood), and the ineffable, inevitable decisiveness and possibility at the precipice or frontier—the word “IF” as it sits on an inky, blue-black horizon (Ed Ruscha).

 

The artists included all engage with the photographic—optical or binary. Fred Everlsey’s parabolic lens is here a visual instrument that captures, distorts, and colors the street outside his studio. The title Red Dwarf refers to the most common type of star in the galaxy, where low surface temperature implies the possibility of life-sustaining planets like our own. 

Barbara T. Smith’s use of optical sensors in a flatbed scanner captures the mundane and essential mineralogical and vegetal material from which we draw vitality. These flattened vistas (Celmins’ Strata creates a similar sense of close observation, albeit of impossibly distant objects) press the viewer close against the image field.

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