Angela de la Cruz, ‘Transfer (Ivory)’, 2011, Installation, Sofa, wooden box and chair, Galerie Thomas Schulte
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Angela de la Cruz

Transfer (Ivory), 2011

Sofa, wooden box and chair
31 1/2 × 78 7/10 × 66 1/10 in
80 × 200 × 168 cm
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Galerie Thomas Schulte
Berlin

“This piece is called Transfer. The furniture is a nicer version of what you can find in waiting …

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Angela de la Cruz
Spanish, b. 1965
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Angela de la Cruz confronts the traditional boundaries of sculpture and painting, subjecting her works to violent interventions before they arrive at their finished state. In 1996, she first cut a painting from its stretcher and hung it in a corner (titled Ashamed) , where it assumed the qualities of an object while retaining the characteristics of a painting. Her works on canvas and aluminum appear fallen, gutted, crumpled, or collapsed, removed from what she terms painting's "grandiosity."

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Galerie Thomas Schulte
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“This piece is called Transfer. The furniture is a nicer version of what you can find in waiting rooms. Transfer is primarily about moving from one seat to another, but it can mean something else: like rubbing a transfer onto your hand, or image transfer as a technical term in painting. My earlier work, Clutter, used …

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Angela de la Cruz
Spanish, b. 1965
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Angela de la Cruz confronts the traditional boundaries of sculpture and painting, subjecting her works to violent interventions before they arrive at their finished state. In 1996, she first cut a painting from its stretcher and hung it in a corner (titled Ashamed) , where it assumed the qualities of an object while retaining the characteristics of a painting. Her works on canvas and aluminum appear fallen, gutted, crumpled, or collapsed, removed from what she terms painting's "grandiosity."

Angela de la Cruz

Transfer (Ivory), 2011

Sofa, wooden box and chair
31 1/2 × 78 7/10 × 66 1/10 in
80 × 200 × 168 cm
.
Contact For Price
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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