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Harold Ancart

Lot 4

Bein' Green, 2018

Woodcut on Echizen Washi Hosho paper
13 3/4 × 10 3/4 in
34.9 × 27.3 cm
Edition 30/43
Friends Seminary Benefit Auction
Estimated value: $3,500
Current bid
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About the work
Friends Seminary Benefit Auction

3 AP, 2 EP, 2PP

3 AP, 2 EP, 2PP

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Signed, titled, dated, and numbered recto
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Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner
Harold Ancart
Belgian, b. 1980
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Harold Ancart combines paintings, drawings, and mixed media sculptures into large installations that draw attention to the social and architectural condition of the space in which the work is exhibited. “I like to envision exhibits not so much as a succession of objects to be looked at, but as tensions created between the various zones of emptiness.” The subtlety of Ancart’s interventions into space mirror his use of evanescent materials for mark-making; he incorporates ink, charcoal powder, soot, and dark traces left behind by flames into his works. Presenting concrete, epoxy resin, and steel sculptures alongside burnt found photographs and abstract paintings, Ancart displays an interest in biomorphic forms and landscapes.

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About the work
Friends Seminary Benefit Auction

3 AP, 2 EP, 2PP

3 AP, 2 EP, 2PP

Medium
Print
Condition
Signature
Signed, titled, dated, and numbered recto
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner
Harold Ancart
Belgian, b. 1980
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Harold Ancart combines paintings, drawings, and mixed media sculptures into large installations that draw attention to the social and architectural condition of the space in which the work is exhibited. “I like to envision exhibits not so much as a succession of objects to be looked at, but as tensions created between the various zones of emptiness.” The subtlety of Ancart’s interventions into space mirror his use of evanescent materials for mark-making; he incorporates ink, charcoal powder, soot, and dark traces left behind by flames into his works. Presenting concrete, epoxy resin, and steel sculptures alongside burnt found photographs and abstract paintings, Ancart displays an interest in biomorphic forms and landscapes.

Harold Ancart

Lot 4

Bein' Green, 2018

Woodcut on Echizen Washi Hosho paper
13 3/4 × 10 3/4 in
34.9 × 27.3 cm
Edition 30/43
Friends Seminary Benefit Auction
Estimated value: $3,500
Current bid
$3,000
1 bid, reserve met.
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14d  00h  51m  53s
Ends Mar 5, 5:00pm
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