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Misused Pronoun

Misused Pronoun, 2009 - Matthew Brannon

Misused Pronoun, 2009

Matthew Brannon

Print, Work on paper
46 x 61 cm / 18.11 x 24.02 inch
Edition of 150 copies, signed and numbered by the artist.
€640

  • Medium: Silkscreen print.
  • This work is unframed.
  • Ships in 5 to 10 business days from United Kingdom.

about this work

Matthew Brannon sees his print Misused Pronoun (2009) as both casual and deadly serious. The objects depicted – that include a ruler, a brassiere and some shrimps – suggest ways of measuring worth, while the text apparently derives from a pedantic grammatical criticism. The combination can be read in literal or nonsensical ways.

Misused Pronoun was published on the occasion of the group exhibition Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. at the ICA in London in 2009.

about Matthew Brannon

°1971, St. Maries (US) – lives and works in New York (US)

The artistic oeuvre of Matthew Brannon consists of paintings, spatial installations and sound works, but he is best known for his letterpress and silkscreen prints, which set up elusive relationships between recognizable images and texts. Inspired by everyday objects and disposable items, his prints frequently include images that would not look out of place in a cookbook, juxtaposed with unsettling or inappropriate sentences. His works often recall the language of advertising and posters – particularly from mid century America – and explore the potential of words and images to communicate but also to confound.

Solo shows of Matthew Brannon include Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Portikus, Frankfurt; Museum M, Leuven; and The Approach, London. His work has also been shown in numerous group exhibitions including MoMA PS1, New York; Denver Art Museum, Denver; Saatchi Gallery, London; and Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen. He also participated in the Whitney Biennal, New York in 2008.

Matthew Brannon is represented by the following galleries;
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Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York

David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles

Gio Marconi, Milan

Office Baroque Gallery, Brussels

You can view more works of Matthew Brannon on his own website.

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