Evan Holloway, Light Blue Over Black, 2001(81 views)
Description: Evan Holloway, b. 1967, is a Los Angeles, CA based artist who is best known for sculptural installations. Typically, his works are emphatically and deliberately low-tech. Holloway uses the term, "analog counterrevolution" to describe his work. He reveals a skeptical, irreverent attitude toward contemporary theory and the history of art. Holloway has an extensive exhibition biography, and his works feature in many public collections, including the Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; LACMA, Los Angeles; MCA, Chicago; MOCA, Los Angeles and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC. This work, entitled "Light Blue Over Black" is made from 2001 and is 39 x 51 x 5 inches. The medium is metal, paint and paper.
Dimensions: 39 x 51 x 5.5 in. (99.1 x 129.5 x 14 cm)
Artist or Maker: Evan Holloway
Medium: Metal, paint and paper
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