Karl Haendel, ‘Shackelton #24’, 2009, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Pencil on Paper, Aspen Art Museum Benefit Auction
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Karl Haendel

Shackelton #24, 2009

Pencil on Paper
67 1/4 × 91 1/4 in
170.8 × 231.8 cm
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Aspen Art Museum Benefit Auction

Kindly donated by the Artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles

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Courtesy of the Artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles, photo credit Robert Wedemeyer
Karl Haendel
American, b. 1976
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Karl Haendel is known for meticulous pencil drawings based on appropriated photographs. He is interested in investigating the properties of photography—inverting tones, scaling, and flipping images—but he prefers the slowness of drawing. “Photography becomes a tool, like a paintbrush […],” he explains, adding, “The ability to play with images is fundamental.” In 2011, he worked with filmmaker Petter Ringbom to create Questions for My Father, a film based on drawings Haendel made in 2007, such as Questions for My Father #2, that explore notions of masculinity.

Karl Haendel, ‘Shackelton #24’, 2009, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Pencil on Paper, Aspen Art Museum Benefit Auction
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About the work
Aspen Art Museum Benefit Auction

Kindly donated by the Artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles

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Courtesy of the Artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles, photo credit Robert Wedemeyer
Karl Haendel
American, b. 1976
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Karl Haendel is known for meticulous pencil drawings based on appropriated photographs. He is interested in investigating the properties of photography—inverting tones, scaling, and flipping images—but he prefers the slowness of drawing. “Photography becomes a tool, like a paintbrush […],” he explains, adding, “The ability to play with images is fundamental.” In 2011, he worked with filmmaker Petter Ringbom to create Questions for My Father, a film based on drawings Haendel made in 2007, such as Questions for My Father #2, that explore notions of masculinity.

Karl Haendel

Shackelton #24, 2009

Pencil on Paper
67 1/4 × 91 1/4 in
170.8 × 231.8 cm
.
Bidding closed
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