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Evan Holloway

Untitled, 2003

Steel, plaster, paint and papier maché
44 9/10 × 45 1/2 × 44 9/10 in
114 × 115.5 × 114 cm
Bidding closed
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Evan Holloway
American, b. 1967
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Evan Holloway’s idiosyncratic sculptural installations are emphatically low-tech; in fact, he coined the term “analog counterrevolution” to describe his strategy. Self-amused but serious nonetheless, Holloway combines ready-made materials like light bulbs, batteries, barbed wire, and baby dolls with traditional sculpture media such as beams, posts, and steel. Combining a casual aesthetic with titles such as Reverse Grey Scale (2008), Form vs. Content (2006), and Asymmetry Demonstration (2006), Holloway reveals a skeptical, irreverent attitude toward contemporary theory and the history of art.

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Evan Holloway
American, b. 1967
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Evan Holloway’s idiosyncratic sculptural installations are emphatically low-tech; in fact, he coined the term “analog counterrevolution” to describe his strategy. Self-amused but serious nonetheless, Holloway combines ready-made materials like light bulbs, batteries, barbed wire, and baby dolls with traditional sculpture media such as beams, posts, and steel. Combining a casual aesthetic with titles such as Reverse Grey Scale (2008), Form vs. Content (2006), and Asymmetry Demonstration (2006), Holloway reveals a skeptical, irreverent attitude toward contemporary theory and the history of art.

Evan Holloway

Untitled, 2003

Steel, plaster, paint and papier maché
44 9/10 × 45 1/2 × 44 9/10 in
114 × 115.5 × 114 cm
Bidding closed
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