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"Jonas Wood", 2017, Exhibition Tote Bag Silkscreen on Canvas, Jonas Wood/Shio Kusaka at Voorlinden Museum Netherlands, 2017

Silkscreen on Canvas
18 × 18 in
45.7 × 45.7 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$450
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"Jonas Wood", 2017, Exhibition Tote bag from Jonas Wood/Shio Kusaka at Voorlinden Museum Netherlands, silk screened canvas tote bag, limited edition, unsigned, acquired directly from the museum.
Condition:
MINT-never used.
Provenance:
Private Collection, NY

Condition
MINT
Signature
Not Signed (as issued), not signed
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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Manufacturer
Voorlinden Museum Netherlands
Jonas Wood
American, b. 1977
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In his paintings, drawings, and prints, Jonas Wood merges references to art history, his memories, and visions of the people, objects, and settings that compose the fabric of his life. Working in acrylic and oil on supports including cardboard and canvas, he presents portraits of his friends and family, interior scenes, and still lifes. Through his partially abstract rendering of these subjects and use of bright colors, he emphasizes patterns and forms while flattening out the space in his compositions. Ceramic vessels and potted plants figure prominently in his works. In some, he covers the outside of a plant’s pot with an intricately realized landscape, which reads as a painting within a painting. Working with an eye toward his predecessors, Wood cites Lucian Freud, David Hockney, and Alex Katz as influences, claiming, “All three of them are superheroes.”

Shio Kusaka
Japanese, b. 1972
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Shio Kusaka adorns her ceramics with marks, grids, and stripes inscribed into the vessels themselves or delineated by color. Working primarily in white, brown, and gray, Kusaka forms the cylindrical and pear-shaped pots in occasionally counter-intuitive combinations of pattern and shape, as in dot 16 (2011), which features concentric dots on a lightly curved vessel, creating an optical quality. Kusaka’s works are distinguished by a subtly imprecise handmade aesthetic imparted by impressions of the artist’s fingers and visible glaze drips.

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"Jonas Wood", 2017, Exhibition Tote bag from Jonas Wood/Shio Kusaka at Voorlinden Museum …

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"Jonas Wood", 2017, Exhibition Tote bag from Jonas Wood/Shio Kusaka at Voorlinden Museum Netherlands, silk screened canvas tote bag, limited edition, unsigned, acquired directly from the museum.
Condition:
MINT-never used.
Provenance:
Private Collection, NY

Condition
MINT
Signature
Not Signed (as issued), not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Manufacturer
Voorlinden Museum Netherlands
Jonas Wood
American, b. 1977
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In his paintings, drawings, and prints, Jonas Wood merges references to art history, his memories, and visions of the people, objects, and settings that compose the fabric of his life. Working in acrylic and oil on supports including cardboard and canvas, he presents portraits of his friends and family, interior scenes, and still lifes. Through his partially abstract rendering of these subjects and use of bright colors, he emphasizes patterns and forms while flattening out the space in his compositions. Ceramic vessels and potted plants figure prominently in his works. In some, he covers the outside of a plant’s pot with an intricately realized landscape, which reads as a painting within a painting. Working with an eye toward his predecessors, Wood cites Lucian Freud, David Hockney, and Alex Katz as influences, claiming, “All three of them are superheroes.”

Shio Kusaka
Japanese, b. 1972
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Shio Kusaka adorns her ceramics with marks, grids, and stripes inscribed into the vessels themselves or delineated by color. Working primarily in white, brown, and gray, Kusaka forms the cylindrical and pear-shaped pots in occasionally counter-intuitive combinations of pattern and shape, as in dot 16 (2011), which features concentric dots on a lightly curved vessel, creating an optical quality. Kusaka’s works are distinguished by a subtly imprecise handmade aesthetic imparted by impressions of the artist’s fingers and visible glaze drips.

"Jonas Wood", 2017, Exhibition Tote Bag Silkscreen on Canvas, Jonas Wood/Shio Kusaka at Voorlinden Museum Netherlands, 2017

Silkscreen on Canvas
18 × 18 in
45.7 × 45.7 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$450
Ships from MIAMI, FL, US
Shipping: $22 domestic, $33 rest of world
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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