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Wyatt Kahn


(born in New York, NY, in 1983)
Untitled, 2013, signed and dated on the reverse Wyatt Kahn 2013, linen on canvas on panel, 123.2 x 106.6 cm

Provenance:
Galleria T293, Naples (with certificate also signed by the artist), there acquired by the present owner
European Private Collection

Exhibited:
Naples, Wyatt Kahn, Galleria T293, September/October 2013

Wyatt Kahn is primarily known for his investigations into the visual and spatial relationship between painting and sculpture. Using unprimed canvases stretched over wooden frames, Kahn assembles complex wall-mounted works in which the gaps between the individual canvases give rise to abstract or pictorial compositions. Instead of drawing out geometric shapes onto the canvas itself, he turned them into physical components, referencing the single and multiple shaped canvases of Ellsworth Kelly.
Wyatt Kahn’s monochrome multi-panel ‘paintings’ are informed by a desire to explore non-illusory forms of representation.

In essence, their subject becomes the interplay between two and three dimensions, as experienced via shifts in surface, structure and depth. In Kahn’s work, the wall upon which the work is hung becomes an integral part of the composition.

Expert: Maria Cristina Corsini Maria Cristina Corsini
+39-06-699 23 671

maria.corsini@dorotheum.it

05.06.2019 - 17:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 25.000,- do EUR 30.000,-

Wyatt Kahn


(born in New York, NY, in 1983)
Untitled, 2013, signed and dated on the reverse Wyatt Kahn 2013, linen on canvas on panel, 123.2 x 106.6 cm

Provenance:
Galleria T293, Naples (with certificate also signed by the artist), there acquired by the present owner
European Private Collection

Exhibited:
Naples, Wyatt Kahn, Galleria T293, September/October 2013

Wyatt Kahn is primarily known for his investigations into the visual and spatial relationship between painting and sculpture. Using unprimed canvases stretched over wooden frames, Kahn assembles complex wall-mounted works in which the gaps between the individual canvases give rise to abstract or pictorial compositions. Instead of drawing out geometric shapes onto the canvas itself, he turned them into physical components, referencing the single and multiple shaped canvases of Ellsworth Kelly.
Wyatt Kahn’s monochrome multi-panel ‘paintings’ are informed by a desire to explore non-illusory forms of representation.

In essence, their subject becomes the interplay between two and three dimensions, as experienced via shifts in surface, structure and depth. In Kahn’s work, the wall upon which the work is hung becomes an integral part of the composition.

Expert: Maria Cristina Corsini Maria Cristina Corsini
+39-06-699 23 671

maria.corsini@dorotheum.it


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Aukce: Post-War and Contemporary Art I
Datum: 05.06.2019 - 17:00
Místo konání aukce: Vídeň | Palais Dorotheum
Prohlídka: 25.05. - 05.06.2019