Rodney Graham, ‘Welsh Oaks (#4)’, Christie's

Signature: Welsh Oaks (#4)

Chicago, Donald Young Gallery, How I Became a Ramblin' Man, September-October 1999 (another example exhibited).

New York, DIA, Rodney Graham and Vera Lutter: Time Traces, November 1999-June 2000 (another example exhibited).

D. Zwirner, Rodney Graham, Artist's monographs from the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection, Volume 1, Cologne, 2004, pp. 119-121 (another example illustrated).

Rodney Graham: A Little Thought, exh. cat., Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Vancouver Art Gallery, 2004, pp. 121, 206 (another example illustrated).

Donald Young Gallery, Chicago, acquired directly from the artist

Acquired from the above by the present owner

About Rodney Graham

Rodney Graham is associated with the “Vancouver School” of artists’ distinctive, photography-based practices, including Stan Douglas and Jeff Wall. Graham's multimedia works frequently incorporate diverse historical, philosophic, literary, or cinematic allusions and employ circular structures or narratives. In the film trilogy Vexation Island (1999), How I Became a Ramblin' Man (1999), and City Self/Country Self (2001), the artist plays characters like a castaway and a cowboy caught in repetitive cycles of actions and gestures.

Canadian, b. 1949, Vancouver, Canada, based in Vancouver, Canada