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  • Provenance

    Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

  • Catalogue Essay

    Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker squeeze canvases through ink-jet printers, paint over digitally altered image material from the media with chocolate, scan freshly chopped fruits and vegetables, gold plate recycling emblems which are transformed into sculptures. In a variety of ways they intervene in digitally recorded material from art history, the media and advertising, overtax the concept of authorship by making exaggerated use of their own name for paintings, collages, drawings and countless photocopies of them, and cite from art history in the form of reliefs molded into cheap plastic. They sample music, text and image without identifying the respective author, return materials from art history and literature as digital print copies into public circulation, and they torment every conceivable, employable technology of our everyday digital lives such as reproduction technology by combining them with unsuitable materials and equally unsuitable applications. ("Indepth Arts News:Wade Guyton, Seth Price, Josh Smith and Kelley Walker" , Absolute Arts, 2006).


Four works: ICF 10; ICF 13; ICF 16; and ICF 18

Xerox and spraypaint on paper.
30 1/2 x 23 in. (77.5 x 58.4 cm) each.

£15,000 - 20,000 

Sold for £20,900

Property from The Vanmoerkerke Collection, Belgium

3 Apr 2008, 4pm