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SADIE BENNING Untitled, 11x16 (EE) 2019

SADIE BENNING
Untitled, 11x16 (EE)
2019
Aqua resin, wood panel and acrylic gouache
16 by 11 in. 40.6 by 27.9 cm.
 

SADIE BENNING Untitled, 11x16 (FF) 2019

SADIE BENNING
Untitled, 11x16 (FF)
2019
Aqua resin, wood panel and acrylic gouache
16 by 11 in. 40.6 by 27.9 cm.
 

SADIE BENNING Untitled, 11x16 (KK) 2019

SADIE BENNING
Untitled, 11x16 (KK)
2019
Aqua resin, wood panel and acrylic gouache
16 by 11 in. 40.6 by 27.9 cm.
 

SADIE BENNING Wipe, Rust-oleum White, Montana Gold Blue Magic 2011

SADIE BENNING
Wipe, Rust-oleum White, Montana Gold Blue Magic
2011
Medite 2, spray paint, dowels and plaster
14 1/2 by 18 1/2 in. 36.8 by 47 cm.
 

WALEAD BESHTY Six Sided Picture 001 2007

WALEAD BESHTY
Six Sided Picture 001
2007
Color photograph
62 by 50 in. 157.5 by 127 cm.
 

SARAH BRAMAN Blue coffee  2019

SARAH BRAMAN
Blue coffee 
2019
Painted aluminum and glass
23 by 19 3/4 by 28 in. 58.4 by 50.2 by 71.1 cm.
 

JAY DEFEO White Water 1989

JAY DEFEO
White Water
1989
Oil on linen
16 1/8 by 12 in. 41 by 30.5 cm.
 

KELTIE FERRIS loving u rn 2020-2021

KELTIE FERRIS
loving u rn
2020-2021
Oil on canvas in the artist's frame
Canvas: 90 by 60 in. 228.6 by 152.4 cm.
Framed: 93 by 63 by 3 in. 236.2 by 160 by 7.6 cm.
 

KELTIE FERRIS TBT 2020-2021

KELTIE FERRIS
TBT
2020-2021
Oil and vinyl paint on canvas in the artist's frame
Canvas: 50 by 50 in. 127 by 127 cm.
Framed: 53 by 53 in. 134.6 by 134.6 cm.
 

GERASIMOS FLORATOS TBT 2021

GERASIMOS FLORATOS
Candle
2021
Oil and collage on canvas
42 1/4 by 42 1/4 in.  107.3 by 107.3 cm.
 

JACK GOLDSTEIN Untitled 1981

JACK GOLDSTEIN
Untitled
1981
Signed, inscribed and dated
Charcoal on paper
61 1/8 by 50 1/4 in. 155.3 by 127.6 cm.
 

NANCY GRAVES Geological Survey, Egton, England 1972

NANCY GRAVES
Geological Survey, Egton, England
1972
Signed and dated 72
Gouache on paper
22 1/2 by 30 in. 57.2 by 76.2 cm.
 

KARL HAENDEL  Lynx 2  2021

KARL HAENDEL

Lynx 2

2021

Graphite and ink on paper

45 by 62 1/2 in.  114.3 by 158.8 cm.

 

KARL HAENDEL Cat With Scarf 2021

KARL HAENDEL
Cat With Scarf
2021
Graphite and ink on paper
53.5 by 45 in. 135.9 by 114.3 cm.
 

CHRIS JOHANSON Through 2021

CHRIS JOHANSON
Through
2021
Acrylic and household paint on canvas
11 3/4 by 15 1/4 in.  29.8 by 38.7 cm.
 

CHRIS JOHANSON 2021

CHRIS JOHANSON
The Importance of Importance
2021
Acrylic on canvas
21 7/8 by 22 1/8 in  55.6 by 56.2 cm
 

POPE.L Black is Beautiful (Starry Night) 2002

POPE.L
Black is Beautiful (Starry Night)
2002
Vinyl on colored pvc
Diptych, each: 12 by 11 in. 30.5 by 27.9 cm.
 

POPE.L Translucent Theary 2019

POPE.L
Translucent Theary
2019
Oil, acrylic and ink on panel
20 by 16 in. 50.8 by 40.6 cm.
 

JACOLBY SATTERWHITE Hands and Wrist 2020

JACOLBY SATTERWHITE
Hands and Wrist
2020
Neon, unique
13 1/2 by 90 by 2 1/4 in. 34.3 by 228.6 by 5.7 cm.
 

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER Confounded Moonrise 2021

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER
Confounded Moonrise
2021
Metal and plastic computer parts, plaster, acrylic paint, oil paint and hardware
14 by 10 1/2 by 7 in. 35.6 by 26.7 by 17.8 cm.
 

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER Melodrama 2020

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER
Melodrama
2020
Wood panel, plastic tarp, metal foil, iPhone, oil paint, acrylic paint, plastic mesh, silicone adhesive and hardware
16 by 10 1/2 by 4 in. 40.6 by 26.7 by 10.2 cm.
 

FRED TOMASELLI Colorado River 1993

FRED TOMASELLI
Colorado River
1993
Pills, leaves, oil and resin on board
72 by 54 in. 182.9 by 137.2 cm.
 

JACK WHITTEN Untitled 1968

JACK WHITTEN
Untitled
1968
Pastel on paper
11 3/8 by 19 3/4 in. 28.9 by 50.2 cm.
 

Exterior view of Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Aspen, 2021

Exterior view of Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Aspen, 2021

Exterior view of Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Aspen, 2021

Exterior view of Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Aspen, 2021

Press Release

MITCHELL-INNES & NASH in ASPEN
June 18  – August 15, 2021
520 East Hyman Avenue
Aspen, Colorado 81611

Wednesday–Friday, 11 AM – 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday, 12 PM– 5 PM
 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the opening of its new seasonal exhibition space and first presentation in Aspen, Colorado, open to the public from June 18–August 15, 2021. Located kitty-corner from the Aspen Art Museum, the one thousand square foot storefront space will host new works by gallery artists Keltie Ferris, Gerasimos Floratos, Karl Haendel, Chris Johanson, Eddie Martinez, and Jessica Stockholder, in addition to a series of thematic groupings of gallery artists in dialogue with other leading contemporary artists.

The first thematic presentation is a trio of prominent Pictures generation artists: Jack Goldstein, Annette Lemieux and Cindy Sherman. Lemieux’s photographic diptych Fumée (2015) depicts the artist with her head thrown back with a cigarette and a plume of smoke emanating from her mouth. The composition, directly inspired by a Man Ray photograph, is a striking yet unusual vantage – one which, from a distance, could be construed for an active volcano. Jack Goldstein’s Untitled (1981) is an early and rare work in which Goldstein appropriates a Hollywood-style film still of a soldier jumping out of a fighter plane. Goldstein creates a tension between a sense of fear or consequence in the fall and impending fight, and a sense of spontaneity and freedom. Cindy Sherman’s Untitled #99 (1982) comes from the artist’s Pink Robes series of four photographs, each featuring the artist in a pink bathrobe. Unmediated by theatrical or cinematic references, these intimate works raise questions about naturalism and vulnerability as forms of disguise.

The second thematic grouping looks at the practice of collage in representational and abstract art with works by Sadie Benning, Gerasimos Floratos, Pope.L, Jessica Stockholder and Tom Wesselmann. Jessica Stockholder’s sprawling constructions have played a crucial role in expanding the dialogue between sculpture and painting and form and space. With the two new works presented in Aspen, Confounded Moonrise (2021) and Melodrama (2020) Stockholder merges seemingly disparate, everyday objects such as plastic computer parts, hardware, wood panels, plastic tarp and an iPhone to create holistic, colorful works that hover between painting and sculpture. An early Tom Wesselmann, Portrait Collage #9 (1959), sees the artist use printed papers, postcards, cardy wrappers, leaves and trimmed textiles to create an intimate interior. Finally, new and recent works by Sadie Benning, Gerasimos Floratos and Pope.L will round out the exploration of collage as a creative technique.