WALEAD BESHTY
Six Sided Picture 002
2007
Color Photograph
78 by 50 in. 198.1 by 127 cm

WALEAD BESHTY
Six Sided Picture 004
2007
Color Photograph
78 by 50 in. 198.1 by 127 cm

DANIEL LEFCOURT
Double Imposition
2007
Acrylic on board
60 by 96 by 12 in. 152.4 by 243.8 by 30.5 cm

LUCY MCKENZIE
Untitled
2005
Chalk and charcoal on paper
104.75 by 72 in. 266.1 by 182.9 cm

LASZLO MOHOLY-NAGY
Untitled
1936-46
Fujicolor crystal archive print
9 by 13 1/2 in. 22.9 by 34.3 cm

LASZLO MOHOLY-NAGY
Untitled
1937-46
Fujicolor crystal archive print
13 1/2 by 9 in. 34.3 by 22.9 cm

ALBERT OEHLEN
Untitled
2005
Acrylic and oil on canvas
110 1/4 by 133 7/8 in. 280 by 340 cm

MAN RAY
Natural Painting
1953
Oil on masonite
7 by 9 in.

MAN RAY
Natural Painting
1953
Acrylic on masonite
7 by 11 in.

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER
[JS 186]
1992
Ironing board, galvanized metal, plaster, paper mache, thread, twine, leather purse, wood, mirror, acrylic and oil paint
71 by 20 by 52 in. 180.3 by 50.8 by 132.1 cm

JAMES WELLING
Q026
2007
Inkjet on paper
ed. 2/5 36 3/4 by 28 3/4 in. 93.3 by 73 cm.

JAMES WELLING
Q107
2007
Inkjet on paper
ed. 2/5 36 3/4 by 28 3/4 in. 93.3 by 73 cm.

JAMES WELLING
Q016
2007
Inkjet on paper
ed. 2/5 36 3/4 by 28 3/4 in. 93.3 by 73 cm.

Press Release

Mitchell-Innes & Nash announces Concrete Works, a summer group show of eight artists in its Chelsea space, on view from June 2 through July 27, 2007. Concrete Works includes photography, painting and sculpture from the early 20th century to the present. The exhibition explores the tension between formalist abstraction and materialism, and between aesthetics and process. Artists in the exhibition are Walead Beshty, Daniel Lefcourt, Lucy McKenzie, László Moholy-Nagy, Albert Oehlen, Man Ray, Jessica Stockholder, and James Welling. Although the works on view employ diverse artistic approaches, they all utilize the strategies of high modernism. These works float between the literal and the metaphoric as they call attention to their materials and their means of production. The exhibition will include new large-format color photographs by Beshty, a new wall sculpture by Lefcourt, a large charcoal drawing by McKenzie, color photographs by Moholy-Nagy, a black and white painting by Oehlen, two automatic paintings by Man Ray, two sculptures by Stockholder, and new photographs from Welling’s Quadrilaterals series. Listing Information: Mitchell-Innes & Nash Chelsea: 534 West 26th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues. Gallery Hours: June: Tues. – Sat. 10am – 6pm July: Mon. – Fri. 10am – 6pm Public Information: 212 744 7400 Press Inquiries: Stacy Bolton Communications 212 721 5350 emily@stacybolton.com