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Linda Lindroth

Untitled, 2019

Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press natural paper
55 × 44 in
139.7 × 111.8 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$9,000
location
New York
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Garvey | Simon
New York
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These Untitled works, which the artist sometimes calls "Throws," reference Richard Serra …

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These Untitled works, which the artist sometimes calls "Throws," reference Richard Serra throwing lead, and are also a nod to Lynda Benglis's "knot" sculptures.

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Linda Lindroth
American, b. 1946
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Photographer Linda Lindroth explores the modernist obsession with flatness in her conceptual works. The subjects of her oversized photographic prints are boxes—faded and damaged examples of everyday consumer packaging from the 19th and 20th centuries—which she collects and then dissembles, laying them out flat to be photographed. In the gallery space, the prints, which are mounted like objects in shadow boxes, have the look of three-dimensional objects or of abstract paintings—an association that she freely riffs on in titles like Elegy, Robert and Blinky, works that reference Robert Motherwell’s “Spanish Civil War Paintings” and the work of Blinky Palermo, respectively.

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Garvey | Simon
New York
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These Untitled works, which the artist sometimes calls "Throws," reference Richard Serra …

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These Untitled works, which the artist sometimes calls "Throws," reference Richard Serra throwing lead, and are also a nod to Lynda Benglis's "knot" sculptures.

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Linda Lindroth
American, b. 1946
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Photographer Linda Lindroth explores the modernist obsession with flatness in her conceptual works. The subjects of her oversized photographic prints are boxes—faded and damaged examples of everyday consumer packaging from the 19th and 20th centuries—which she collects and then dissembles, laying them out flat to be photographed. In the gallery space, the prints, which are mounted like objects in shadow boxes, have the look of three-dimensional objects or of abstract paintings—an association that she freely riffs on in titles like Elegy, Robert and Blinky, works that reference Robert Motherwell’s “Spanish Civil War Paintings” and the work of Blinky Palermo, respectively.

Linda Lindroth

Untitled, 2019

Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press natural paper
55 × 44 in
139.7 × 111.8 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$9,000
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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