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Winning Bid: $400.00

Under Hand, 2015
limited edition lenticular print
signed. numbered and dated on the reverse
15 x 15 x 2 in.

Retail Price: $750.00

Item condition: New

PROVENANCE: Courtesy of the Artist


This limited edition lenticular by LigoranoReese shifts between words “under” and
“hand” in bright red and gold text. It is the third piece in Edges, a series of 9 lenticular
panels animating words concerned with the limits of space and time.


Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese have collaborated together as LigoranoReese for over tw odecades.  LigoranoReese’s body  of work is multidisciplinary and includes software art, limited edition multiples, videos, sculptures and installations using a range of materials, traditional and digital processes. Their work is an ongoing investigation into the impact of technology on
society and the rhetoric of images and politics in culture.

Since 2006 they’ve been installing “temporary monuments” to during historic events. Sculpted entirel from ice, the sculptures disappear and vanish over a period of 16-26 hours. They’ve melted down the word “Democracy” at the Democratic and Republican Conventions and the “Economy” in front of theNew York Supreme Court Building at Foley Square in 2008; the “Middle Class” at the conventions in 2012; “The Future” during the People’s Climate March in 2014 and “The American Dream” in Cleveland
and Philadelphia in 2016.

Their sculptures and political artworks have been widely reported in the New York Times, New York DailyNews, The New Yorker FoxNews, ABCNews, The Wall Street Journal, and The Economist among others and been the subject of ban attempts by the Republican National Committee.

LigoranoReese’s work can be found in the permanent collections of numerous institutions ,including the SFMOMA, The New York Public Library, the Whitney Museum of American Art, 21C and The Getty Institute. LigoranoReese live and work in Brooklyn, New York and have been affiliated with Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco since 2010.

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November 4, 2020 7:12 am$400.00B************k
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