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Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Photograph, African American Artist David Hammons

Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Photograph, African American Artist David Hammons

Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Photograph, African American Artist David Hammons

Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Print David Hammons. The photograph was taken in the early 1990's. It was subsequently printed ca. 2008 in a small limited edition of 15 w/ 1 artist's proof. The photographer, Ari Marcopoulos, is quite famous today but back in the 80's he started out as Assistant to Pop Art painter Andy Warhol.

Perhaps Marcopoulos felt compelled to photograph Hammons because he felt a kinship to a fellow artist who's no stranger to "the streets". Or, perhaps the photographer saw something of Warhol in Hammons, who's been described as'Warholian' (a master of putting his own public persona at issue). Hammons is a conceptual artist associated with the Art Povera movement. As he's known to work with'found objects', I find this photograph's backdrop to be compelling. Provenance: The Project (art gallery owner: Christian Haye), 37 West 57th Street, 3rd Fl. New York, NY, 10019, USA. This photograph is framed and protected under Ultraviolet Filtering Acrylite Op-3 by City Frame, NY. Markings : Unsigned; comes with a (damaged) computer printout from The Project. Age : Early 90's; photograph printed ca. Condition : Photo not examined out of the frame, but shows nicely. May be laid down, mounted, loose, hinged, taped, or what have you? -- perhaps City Frame would remember the job? Please consider the framing, acryllic/plexi, and backing to be imperfect free throw-ins. Re-frame if you see fit. Dimensions : Photographic paper size: approx.

19 7/8 x 16 inches. 20 5/8 x 16 5/8 inches. Features : From the net: Ari Marcopoulos (1957): Ari Marcopoulos arrived in New York from the Netherlands in 1979, and started taking pictures.

He documented the relationship between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, making some of the last images seen of both. He recorded the legendary downtown skateboarding scene in'90s New York from the street, making some of the first images ever seen of, among others, the teenaged Harold Hunter and Justin Pierce. Through the past decade he has proven to be one of America's only firmly established artists playing by no established rulesdespite, for example, his two appearances in the Whitney Biennial, the survey exhibition considered the most important bellwether of contemporary American art. Marcopoulos takes very little interest in today's gallery system and its business of wealth, canonization and the market. Marcopoulos' practice these days is very much about what he sees on a daily basis.

Composing and distributing work in the form of publications is a constant part of his public output, so the most recent work is always what is focused on. Background : Bio (from the net): ARI MARCOPOULOS b. Lives and works between Sonoma, California and Brooklyn, New York. Selected Solo Exhibitions 2012: Here and Now, V1, Copenhagen, Denmark; Midway, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, IL; Ari Marcopoulos: Wherever you go, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY; Here and Now, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2011: This Week, Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris, France; Abandoned Sleep, Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA. 2010: Ari Marcopoulos: It Might Seem Familiar, Foam_Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL. 2009: Ari Marcopoulos: Within Arm's Reach, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA. 2008: Fear God, The Project, New York; The Chance is Higher, Gallery White Room, Tokyo, Japan; Always and Never, Galleria Patricia Armocida, Milan, Italy; Ari Marcopoulos: Architectures, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans. 2007: The Chance Is Higher, MC, Los Angeles, CA. 2006: Under Penalty of Perjury, Someday Gallery, Melbourne; Flow, Mu, Eindhoven, Netherlands; New Work, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, California. 2005: Even the president of the United States sometimes has got to stand naked, PS1/MOMA, New York, NY.

2001: Alleged Galleries, New York, NY; The Deep Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Partobject Gallery, Carrboro, NC. 1990: Midtown-Y-Gallery, New York, NY. Selected Group Exhibitions 2014: Hindsight, V1 GALLERY, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2013: le Futur commence ici, FRAC Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Dunkerque, France; Absolut, White Flag Projects, Saint Louis, MO, United States. 2012: Eagles, Marlborough Madrid in Collaboration with Marlborough Chelsea, Madrid, Spain; Portrait of a Generation The Hole, New York, NY, United States; 3: Selections from the 101 collection, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, California, United States; People Set 9 from the Collection of Fotomuseum Winterthur, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland.

2011: Detroit Revealed: Photographs 2000- 2010, Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI. 2010: Street and Studio: From Basquiat to Séripop Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Detroit, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria.

2010, The Whitney Biennal, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. 2009: An Autobiography of the San Francisco Bay Area, Part One: San Francisco Plays Itself, SF; Camerawork, San Francisco, CA; Copy, White Columns, New York, NY. 2006: Looking Back, White Columns, New York, NY; Zine Library, No. 12 Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Downtown 81, Friends of Basquiat, Agnes B.

Skyline, Paris, France; In the Alps, Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland; JRP/Ringier-We Make books With Art, Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris, France; Coooool Sky, The JRNL Gallery, New York, NY; Sound Zero, Kunst Meran, Merano, Italy; An Ongoing Low-Grade Mystery, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY; Shoot the Family, Cranbrook Museum, Detroit, MI; Portraits of Artists: A selection of photographic works from the collection of Rex Capital, Rhode Island, Luhring-Augustine Gallery, New York, NY. 2005: De la comtesse de Castiglione a Cindy Sherman, Galerie de France, Paris, France; The Backroom, The Backroom, Los Angeles, CA; Bay Area Now 4, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA; Nieves Books Exhibition, Rocket Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. 2004: Beautiful Losers, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH; Fresh: Youth Culture & Identity in Contemporary Photographs, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY; The Gray Area: Uncertain Images: Bay Area Photography 1970's to Now, CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA. 2003: Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre Danger Zone, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland; Study, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; My Xerox Weighs a Ton, Australian Centre for Photography, Australia; The Bowl, Deitch Projects, New York, NY; Who? Zabriskie Gallery, New York, NY. 2002: Mystic Mountains, Tour Fromage, Aosta, Italy; Overnight to Many Cities, The Photgraphers' Gallery, London, England; Strange Glue, Ratio 3, Brooklyn, NY; Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum, New York, NY. 2001: Overnight to Many Cities, 303 Gallery, New York, NY. 2000: A Beastie Boys Exhibition, Gavin Brown's Enterprise Corp. 1999: Coup d'Etat, Alleged Galleries, New York, NY. 1995: The Happiest People in the World, Alleged Galleries, New York, NY. Screenings 2000: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; New Documentaries, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 1999 -- Captain Powder: Exploring the Snow Sport Genre, 911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, WA; The 42nd San Francisco International Film Festival, San Francisco Film Society. Whitehot Magazine, August 01, 2012;m 2012Miranda, Carolina A.. "This Week: Must-See Arts in the City; Ari Marcopoulos "Wherever you go.

Family Business Gallery Burns Show, GalleristNY, January 21, 2013. "Ari Marcopoulos Captures Cool Straphanger in City Riders, " New York, May 8, 2012; Landers, Sean. "Ari Marcopoulos Wherever you go", Nero, May 10, 2012; Pini, Gary. A Preview of Ari Marcopoulos's Where you go... Papermag, May 10, 2012; Jovanovic, Rozalina.

"Ari Marcopoulos Unveils New Work, " GalleristNY, May 9, 2012. 2010: Feldman, Melissa, Ari Marcopoulos, Frieze (April, 2010); Gensler, Andy. ; The New York Times, T Magazine Blog, March 2010. Artists in the Exhibition: Ari Marcopoulos.

Whitney Museum of American Art, Catalog for 2010 The Whitney Biennial, February 2010; Colvin, Anne. Shotgun Review: Ari Marcopoulos: Within Arm's Reach. ; Shotgun Review, February 2010; Koch, Corinna. The Chronicler of Street Culture. The New York Times, Bay Area blog, November 2009; Melendez, Franklin. In Memory of the Zine. ArtSlant, November 2009; Muller, Dave. Interview Magazine, September 2009; Cannizzo, Larry and Stephanie, Cannizzo. Essays from the exhibition catalogue for'Within Arm's Reach'. Berkeley Art Museum, September 2009. ArtSlant, September 2009; Licht, Alan. Modern Painters, February 2008; Satorius, Katherine. Ari Marcopoulos at MC Kunst. Artweek, February 2008; Campagnola, Sonia.

Ari Marcopoulos: Rena Bransten Gallery. Collections -- Berkeley Museum of Art and Pacific Film Archive; Detroit Institute of the Arts; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center; Rex Capital Collection; New Orleans Museum of Art; FONDS REGIONAL D'ART CONTEMPORAIN, Angouleme, France; Fotomuseum Wintherthur, Winterthur, Switzerland. If you have any questions, need more info, or want to set up a Preview appointment, please feel welcome to message me and I'll respond in a timely manner.

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The item "Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Photograph, African American Artist David Hammons" is in sale since Sunday, January 3, 2016. This item is in the category "Art\Art Photographs". The seller is "cadmium24" and is located in Pitman, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Original/Reprint: Original Print
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?

    : Unsigned

  • Date of Creation: 1950-Now
  • Photo Type: Gelatin Silver
  • Subject: Figures & Portraits
  • Color: Black & White
  • Framing: Framed
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 10in.)
  • Artist: Ari Marcopoulos

Ari Marcopoulos Silver Gelatin Photograph, African American Artist David Hammons