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sfmoma:

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My degree works

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Julia RommelTofu Blackout, 2012 Vine charcoal and oil on linen 10.5 x 9 inches

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Julia Rommel
Tofu Blackout, 2012
Vine charcoal and oil on linen
10.5 x 9 inches

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Erin ShirreffFour Sides (Proof), 2011 Archival pigment print, pins, artist’s frames Four parts, framed: 26 x 26 inches each

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Erin Shirreff
Four Sides (Proof), 2011
Archival pigment print, pins, artist’s frames
Four parts, framed: 26 x 26 inches each

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Erin ShirreffMonograph (no. 1), 2011 archival pigment prints 34 x 46 inches, with fold Framed: 37 x 48.25 inches

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Erin Shirreff
Monograph (no. 1), 2011
archival pigment prints
34 x 46 inches, with fold
Framed: 37 x 48.25 inches

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Alex Olson
Proposal 3, 2012
Oil on linen
61 x 43 inches

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Ryoji Ikeda, The Transinfinite, Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY, 2012

Ryoji Ikeda, The Transinfinite, Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY, 2012

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VIJA CELMINSDesert, 1975 Lithograph16 x 20in

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VIJA CELMINS
Desert, 1975 
Lithograph
16 x 20in

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From MoMA:

For this work, Celmins made bronze casts of eleven rocks and then painted the casts to resemble the original stones as closely as possible. In an interview, she recalled, “I got the idea for this piece while walking in northern New Mexico picking up rocks, as people do. I’d bring them home and I kept the good ones. I noticed that I kept a lot that had galaxies on them. I carried them around in the trunk of my car. I put them on window sills. I lined them up. And, finally, they formed a set, a kind of constellation. I developed this desire to try and put them into an art context. Sort of mocking art in a way, but also to affirm the act of making: the act of looking and making as a primal act of art.” By having each original rock installed with its duplicate, Celmins invites the viewer to examine them closely: “Part of the experience of exhibiting them together with the real stones,” she has said, “was to create a challenge for your eyes. I wanted your eyes to open wider.”

- VIJA CELMINS

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“Web Ladder”Vija Celmins, 20101-plate, 1-color mezzotint, printed on bright white paper
Image via McKee Gallery.

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“Web Ladder”
Vija Celmins, 2010
1-plate, 1-color mezzotint, printed on bright white paper

Image via McKee Gallery.

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whitehotel:

Conrad Marca-Relli, Arras (1955)

whitehotel:

Conrad Marca-Relli, Arras (1955)

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