robert therrien at gagosian gallery robert therrien at gagosian gallery
jun 18, 2008

robert therrien at gagosian gallery

‘no title (folding table + chairs, dark brown), 2008 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

gagosian gallery in new york is currently showing the work of established artist robert therrien. the collection of recent sculptures will be on show until july 11. his recent work recreates everyday objects true to their original material and colour, but on an enlarged scale. this current exhibition features four such sculptures that all use themes of stacking and folding. other works include his oversized objects stacked into large piles. the show’s centrepiece would have to be ‘no title (red room)’a piece which took therrien seven years to complete. he assembled and arranged 888 red objects into a custom made closet. the exhibition will be accompanied by a monograph co-published by rizzoli.

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‘no title (three folding tables and twenty folding chairs)’, 2005 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

‘no title (folding table + chairs, dark brown) & an early version of ‘no title (pots + pans cart)’ in artist’s studio, 2008 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

‘no title (pots + pans cart)’, 1999-2008 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

artist holding ‘no title (pots + pans maquette II)’, 2005 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

‘no title (pots + pans II)’, 2008 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

‘no title (stacked plates, butter)’, 2006 & ‘no title (stacked plates, mint)’, 2006 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

‘no title (red room)’, 2000-2007 © robert therrien. courtesy gagosian gallery

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