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Untitled (I really must congratulate you on your attention to detail), 2013

C-print
28 × 24 in
71.1 × 61 cm
Edition 1/2 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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In Viola Yeşiltaç’s recent work, the artist photographs frail, paper sculptures of her own creation …

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In Viola Yeşiltaç’s recent work, the artist photographs frail, paper sculptures of her own creation during the brief window in which they can remain upright. Drawing inspiration from the TV series, “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,” Yeşiltaç parallels an actor transforming into a fictionalized counterpart, with an …

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Viola Yeşiltaç
German, b. 1975
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Using performance, drawing, sculpture, and photography, the artist Viola Yeşiltaç investigates the consequences of temporal and material transformation. Yeşiltaç often photographs time-based performances or sculptures, pitting a sense of endurance and solidity against the material and temporal reality of the underlying works. She cites her background in photography as the catalyst for this exploration of shifting representational frameworks.

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In Viola Yeşiltaç’s recent work, the artist photographs frail, paper sculptures of her own creation …

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In Viola Yeşiltaç’s recent work, the artist photographs frail, paper sculptures of her own creation during the brief window in which they can remain upright. Drawing inspiration from the TV series, “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,” Yeşiltaç parallels an actor transforming into a fictionalized counterpart, with an …

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Viola Yeşiltaç
German, b. 1975
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Using performance, drawing, sculpture, and photography, the artist Viola Yeşiltaç investigates the consequences of temporal and material transformation. Yeşiltaç often photographs time-based performances or sculptures, pitting a sense of endurance and solidity against the material and temporal reality of the underlying works. She cites her background in photography as the catalyst for this exploration of shifting representational frameworks.

Untitled (I really must congratulate you on your attention to detail), 2013

C-print
28 × 24 in
71.1 × 61 cm
Edition 1/2 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed