CADY NOLAND\nb. 1956\nUNTITLED\n\nsigned and dated 1990/91 on the reverse\nscreenprint on card\n101 by 81.5 cm. 39¾ by 32 in.\nframed: 123.2 by 103.5 cm. 48½ by 40¾ in.\nExecuted in 1990-91, this work is unique.\n\nPlease note: Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.\n\nTo view Shipping Calculator, please click here
CADY NOLAND\nb. 1956\nPOLITICAL AD FOR BARRY GOLDWATER\n\nsigned and dated 1995/96 on the reverse\nsilkscreen on aluminum\n11½ by 9¼ by 2 in. (29.2 by 23.4 by 5 cm.)\n\nStatement from the Artist:\nIn an atmosphere of rapidly trading artwork, it is not possible for Cady Noland to agree or dispute the various claims behind works attributed to her. Her silence about published assertions regarding the provenance of any work or the publication of a photograph of a work does not signify agreement abou
CADY NOLAND\nb. 1956\nUNTITLED\n\nsigned and dated 1991 on the reverse of the board\nsilkscreen ink on paper mounted on board, in artist's steel angle frame\nframed: 88 by 118.2 cm. 34 by 46½ in.\nExecuted in 1991, this work is unique.\n\nStatement from the Artist:\nIn an atmosphere of rapidly trading artwork, it is not possible for Cady Noland to agree or dispute the various claims behind works attributed to her. Her silence about published assertions regarding the provenance of any work or the
In Cady Nolands enigmatic mirrored sculpture Untitled (1989), the artists critical visions come to fruition with exemplary potency. Rendered in silkscreen ink on reflective aluminium, the alluring aesthetic brevity of the work masks the fascinating, manifold undercurrents that are characteristic of Nolands style. One of the most elusive practitioners of the contemporary art world, Nolands sculptural practice is prescient, subversive, monumental and compelling. Evoking the austere brutality of Mi
There is a method in my work which has taken a pathological trend. From the point at which I was making work out of objects I became interested in how, actually, under which circumstances people treat other people like objects. Cady Noland\n\nStatement from the Artist:\nIn an atmosphere of rapidly trading artwork, it is not possible for Cady Noland to agree or dispute the various claims behind works attributed to her. Her silence about published assertions regarding the provenance of any work or
Cady Noland\ncast aluminum stockade, bench, link chain, padlocks, key\nExecuted in 1993-1994, this work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.We thank Cady Noland for reviewing the cataloging for this work.\n\n“A good way to decipher my pieces is to look at how they ‘behave’.” – Cady NolandTower of Terror, 1993-1994, represents the central tenant of Cady Noland’s conceptual practice: the subversion of the American psyche through celebrity and violence. With a nod
Cady Noland\nUntitled, from Printed Matter Photography Portfolio II: Landscapes\n1998\nUnique gelatin silver film negative, the full sheet.\nS. 13 1/8 x 12 7/8 in. (33.3 x 32.7 cm)\nFrom the edition of 25 and 10 artist's proofs (the edition was unsigned and unnumbered), published by Printed Matter, Inc., New York, unframed.
Cady Noland (b. 1956)\n\nChicken in a Basket\n\nsigned twice, titled and dated twice 'Cady Noland 1989 CHICKEN IN A BASKET Cady Noland 1989' (on the Michelob 6 pack)\n\ntwenty-seven elements, wire basket, rubber chicken, boxes, bottle, flags, baster, bungee and beer cans\n\n7 1/2 x 19 x 12 in. (19.1 x 49.5 x 30.5 cm.)\n\nExecuted in 1989. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Cady Noland\n[Not Yet Titled]\n1996\nLacquer-based sanding sealer and aluminum enamel spray paint, on cardboard,\n55 1/4 x 51 3/4 in. (140.3 x 131.4 cm)\nsigned and numbered 41/60 in black ink on the reverse (there were also 15 artist's proofs in Roman numerals), published by Parkett Editions, New York and Zurich.
Cady Noland (b. 1956)\nPercussion and Cartridge Revolvers\nsigned, titled and dated 'Cady Noland 1984 PERCUSSION & CARTRIDGE REVOLVERS' (on the reverse)\nbook cover, wood, police equipment, hooks, rings, nylon strap, leather and whistle\n19 x 11¾ in. (48.2 x 29.8 cm.)\nExecuted in 1984.
Cady Noland, Oozewald\nSilkscreen ink on aluminum plate and two flags\nPlease note the stand with which the lot is being displayed is not the stand that Cady Noland designed for this work and this stand is not included in the sale of this lot. As a result, subsequent to the sale, the buyer will be provided with a new stand, which will be in accordance with Ms. Noland's copyrighted stand design for this lot, and which will be an integral part of the complete work.\n72 x 36 x 7 in. 182.9 x 91.4 x