Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago
Allan McCollum, ‘Visible Marker (drawing) #31, #44, #65, #77, #80 and #108’, 1998, Rago

4.75" x 6.625" (sight, each)

Friedricch Petzel Gallery, New York (labels on verso)
Private Collection

About Allan McCollum

In his sculptures, drawings, and photographs, Allan McCollum applies the strategies of typologies and mass production to handmade objects, creating vast installations of small-scale works. In his 2006 Shapes Project, he designed a system to produce and keep track of unique graphic emblems for every person on earth. Shapes of Maine (2005-2008), an extension of the Shapes Project, is a pictorial history of the state via its craftspeople, comprising over 2,220 unique items in four categories, including wood ornaments and copper cookie cutters.

American, b. 1944, Los Angeles, California