ryan mcginness deitch projects ryan mcginness deitch projects
apr 14, 2009

ryan mcginness deitch projects

‘ryan mcginness works.’, installation view, deitch projects, 18 wooster street, march 7 – april 18, 2009

ryan mcginness works. deitch projects, new york march 7 – april 18, 2009

new york’s deitch projects is currently presenting an exhibit of new paintings and sculptures by artist ryan mcginness. in addition to showing mcginness’ new work, the show is also an experiential installation bringing visitors inside mcginness’ world. the exhibit coincides with the release of a new book of the same title published by rizzoli. mcginness is known for mixing several styles on contemporary paintings in his unique body of work. his compositions reference the work of jackson pollock, while his process and imagery draws on pop artists like andy warhol. this show showcases vividly coloured paintings, acrylic sculptures and a collection of neon canvases displayed under black lights.

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‘ryan mcginness works.’, installation view, deitch projects, 18 wooster street, march 7 – april 18, 2009

‘ryan mcginness works.’, installation view, deitch projects, 18 wooster street, march 7 – april 18, 2009

‘untitled (sculpture study 1)’ by ryan mcginness, 2009 (acrylic on acrylic)

‘untitled (sculpture study 2)’ by ryan mcginness, 2009 (acrylic on acrylic)

‘imaginary happiness’ by ryan mcginness, 2008 (acrylic on linen)

‘ryan mcginness works.’, installation view, deitch projects, 18 wooster street, march 7 – april 18, 2009

‘untitled (black hole, pearl white 4)’ by ryan mcginness, 2008 (acrylic on wood panel)

‘untitled (black hole, fluorescent yellow 1)’ by ryan mcginness, 2008 (acrylic on wood panel)

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