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Katie Stout

"Please, Sorry and Thank You" Plates, 2019

Hand-painted and glazed Augarten porcelain, Gold leaf detailing
10 1/2 × 10 1/2 in
26.7 × 26.7 cm
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New York
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R & Company
New York
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Dimensions- Salad Plates: 9.5 x 9.5 in; Dinner Plates: 10.5 x 10.5 in; Dessert Plates: 8 x 8 in

Dimensions- Salad Plates: 9.5 x 9.5 in; Dinner Plates: 10.5 x 10.5 in; Dessert Plates: 8 x 8 in

Katie Stout
American, b. 1989
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One of Katie Stout’s best-known pieces was also one of her earliest—a side table completed during her sophomore year at RISD that resembled cow udders and spurted milk. Stout’s works continue to be known for their offbeat sense of humor and whimsical sensibilities. She once summarized her practice as an attempt to “make things for this dream dwelling I have in my head, a super-saccharine, cartoony life-size dollhouse where I would ideally live.” Rather than favoring a particular medium, Stout works first with an idea—such as objects that look as though they’re on fire—and then sources materials or fabricators. Her recent projects include furniture for Bjarne Melgaard’s 2014 Whitney Biennial installation, and a collaborative series of hand-pinched clay lamps created with Sean Gerstley.

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Dimensions- Salad Plates: 9.5 x 9.5 in; Dinner Plates: 10.5 x 10.5 in; Dessert Plates: 8 x 8 in

Dimensions- Salad Plates: 9.5 x 9.5 in; Dinner Plates: 10.5 x 10.5 in; Dessert Plates: 8 x 8 in

Katie Stout
American, b. 1989
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One of Katie Stout’s best-known pieces was also one of her earliest—a side table completed during her sophomore year at RISD that resembled cow udders and spurted milk. Stout’s works continue to be known for their offbeat sense of humor and whimsical sensibilities. She once summarized her practice as an attempt to “make things for this dream dwelling I have in my head, a super-saccharine, cartoony life-size dollhouse where I would ideally live.” Rather than favoring a particular medium, Stout works first with an idea—such as objects that look as though they’re on fire—and then sources materials or fabricators. Her recent projects include furniture for Bjarne Melgaard’s 2014 Whitney Biennial installation, and a collaborative series of hand-pinched clay lamps created with Sean Gerstley.

Katie Stout

"Please, Sorry and Thank You" Plates, 2019

Hand-painted and glazed Augarten porcelain, Gold leaf detailing
10 1/2 × 10 1/2 in
26.7 × 26.7 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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