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    • Tangerine 1-5 2013
    • suite of 5 gouache paintings on paper: 11.75 x 11.75 inches each
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Tangerine 1 2013
    • gouache: 11.75 x 11.75 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Tangerine 2 2013
    • gouache: 11.75 x 11.75 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Tangerine 3 2013
    • gouache: 11.75 x 11.75 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Tangerine 4 2013
    • gouache: 11.75 x 11.75 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Tangerine 5 2013
    • gouache: 11.75 x 11.75 inches
    • Installation at 2013 deCordova Biennial
    • rhythym..distance 2013
    • stretched fabric with original drum music by Paul Corio: 15 x 10 x 5 feet
    • Installation at 2013 deCordova Biennial
    • rhythm..distance 2013
    • stretched fabric with original drum music by Paul Corio: 15 x 10 x 5 feet
    • Lynne Harlow
    • caesura 2012
    • clear lacquer on aluminum: 19 x 109 x .5 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • caesura (detail part 1) 2012
    • clear lacquer on aluminum: 19 x 109 x .5 inches (all 3 parts combined)
    • Lynne Harlow
    • caesura (detail part 2) 2012
    • clear lacquer on aluminum: 19 x 109 x .5 inches (all 3 parts combined)
    • Lynne Harlow
    • caesura (detail part 3) 2012
    • clear lacquer on aluminum: 19 x 109 x .5 inches (all 3 parts combined)
    • Lynne Harlow
    • deceptive cadence 2012
    • pigment print on aluminum, acrylic paint on wall: 11 x 27 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • deceptive cadence (detail) 2012
    • pigment print on aluminum, acrylic paint on wall: 11 x 27 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • rhythm..distance 2012
    • site specific work: stretched fabric, original drum recording by Paul Corio: 93 x 120 x 24 inches
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    • Shake Some Action 2006
    • plexiglass, nails: 9 x 39 x 1 inch
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    • Palermo 2011
    • plexiglass, nails: 23 x 13 x 1 inches
    • Installation at The Chapin School, New York
    • The Radiant Hour 2010
    • vinyl curtain, tape: 80 x 65 x 10 inches
    • Installation at The Chapin School, New York
    • The Radiant Hour 2010
    • vinyl curtain, tape: 80 x 65 x 10 inches
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Beat 2008
    • silkscreen on paper: 21 x 21 inches
    • Edition of 10
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    • Beat 2007
    • wall installation with drum music: Courtesy Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY
    • Lynne Harlow
    • Beat (detail) 2007
    • wall installation with drum music: Courtesy Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY
    • SOLD
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    • Slow Your Ride 2009
    • screen print: diptych: 18 x 12 inches each; 18 x 24 inches altogether
    • Edition of 5
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Lynne Harlow

American, b. 1968

Lynne Harlow’s work crosses boundaries between printmaking, painting, installation and sculpture.  Throughout her investigation of materials and mediums, the work remains intuitive and meditative.  Harlow writes “How little is enough?  How much can be taken away before the piece crumbles?  My process of reduction is ultimately intended to be an act of generosity.  In each piece I’m looking for the point at which reductions gives the most.  It’s an appealing contradiction because it prompts one to reconsider the concept of abundance and the nature of giving.” Harlow’s new work leads the viewer through her interest in distance and interval and the ideas which create movement and space. She sees music as the ultimate abstraction and rhythm as the foundation for music.

Harlow’s work is currently featured at the RISD Museum in an exhibition entitled Sculpture from the Contemporary Collection, curated by Dominic Malon and including work by Karla Black, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, R. Buckminster Fuller, Jim Isermann, and Donald Judd.

In addition to her solo exhibition at Cade Tompkins Projects (2012), Lynne Harlow held a one-day site-specific installation and sound performance piece at the “Old Stone Bank” in Providence, Rhode Island. Her work was also recently displayed at the 2013 deCordova Biennial in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Harlow has had site-specific works at The Chapin School, New York and has been included in the Minus Space exhibition at PS1 Museum of Modern Art, Long Island City, New York as well as at the Editions/Artists’ Book Fair ’11 and ’12.

Listen to a podcast of an interview with Lynne Harlow and Lexi Lee Sullivan, curator of the 2013 deCordova Biennial.

 

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