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    • Kelly MARK (Canadian b. 1967)
      Jun. 10, 2015

      Kelly MARK (Canadian b. 1967)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      THE KISS (2007) Two-channel video/sculpture 15 minute loop, silent Two 13" CRT televisions & custom made plinth: 55" x 22" x 14"Provenance: purchased through The Power Plant Contemporary Art gallery by a private collector. "Multi-media artist Kelly Mark has long been interested in the obsession of television in ourculture and in technology’s gradual replacement of human interaction. Her light box entitled The Kiss was derived from an installation included in her Glow Video Series that Mark produced using reflected light as a primary material. Theinstallation consisted of two television screens positioned as if “kissing” and emanating a glowing, flesh-toned light between them. “The light source for this work was created by simply recording the cast light from a hard core pornmovie…the resulting glow is steady and rhythmic with quickening pulses of colour, mainly pinks, oranges and red hues.” - Rosemary Heather: "Kelly Mark Always Working" Canadian Art, Winter 2007 (excerpt)

      A. H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals
    • KELLY MARK, DRAWING OF A DRAWING, 8B graphite and spray varnish on wood, 12 ins x 12 ins; 30.5 cms x 30.5 cms
      Mar. 05, 2015

      KELLY MARK, DRAWING OF A DRAWING, 8B graphite and spray varnish on wood, 12 ins x 12 ins; 30.5 cms x 30.5 cms

      Est: -

      KELLY MARKDRAWING OF A DRAWING8B graphite and spray varnish on woodsigned, titled and dated 2003 on the back of the frame 12 ins x 12 ins; 30.5 cms x 30.5 cms Provenance:Private Collection, OntarioEstimate: $2,000-2,500

      Waddington's
    • KELLY MARK, THE KISS, archival durotrans print mounted into aluminum light box with LEDs, 24 ins x 32 ins x 5.5 ins; 61 cms x 81.3 cms x 13.9 cms
      Sep. 23, 2014

      KELLY MARK, THE KISS, archival durotrans print mounted into aluminum light box with LEDs, 24 ins x 32 ins x 5.5 ins; 61 cms x 81.3 cms x 13.9 cms

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      KELLY MARKTHE KISSarchival durotrans print mounted into aluminum light box with LEDs 24 ins x 32 ins x 5.5 ins; 61 cms x 81.3 cms x 13.9 cms Literature:Rosemary Heather: "Kelly Mark Always Working" Canadian Art, Winter 2007.Note:Multi-media artist Kelly Mark has long been interested in the obsession of television in our culture and in technology's gradual replacement of human interaction. Her light box entitled The Kiss was derived from an installation included in her Glow Video Series that Mark produced using reflected light as a primary material. The installation consisted of two television screens positioned as if "kissing" and emanating a glowing, flesh-toned light between them. "The light source for this work was created by simply recording the cast light [from] a hard core porn movie...the resulting glow is steady and rhythmic [with] quickening pulses of colour, mainly pinks, oranges and red hues." Viewers of Mark's The Kiss are reminded of Constantin Brancusi's sculpture by the same name, which was simplified over many incarnations until it became a highly distilled abstraction of his initial representation. Mark's version takes the theme much further into the realm of the conceptual, as The Kiss becomes wholly symbolic of the intervening nature of technology in our daily lives. Mark's work is collected by the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa); the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto); the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal; the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; and the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). She represented Canada in both the Sydney and Liverpool Biennales in 1998 and 2006, respectively. 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this lot will be donated to the 2015 Concrete Contemporary Acquisition Fund.

      Waddington's
    • KELLY MARK, UNTITLED, letraset on paper, 20 ins x 16 ins; 50.8 cms x 40.6 cms
      Mar. 04, 2014

      KELLY MARK, UNTITLED, letraset on paper, 20 ins x 16 ins; 50.8 cms x 40.6 cms

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      KELLY MARKUNTITLED, letraset on paper; signed, dated "Mar, 2005" and inscribed "XOXO" on the backing 20 ins x 16 ins; 50.8 cms x 40.6 cms Provenance: Wynick/Tuck Gallery, TorontoPrivate Collection, TornotoNote: Kelly Mark works in a variety of media including drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, sound, multiples, video and public interventions. The Toronto artist says she has, "always had an intense preoccupation with the differing shades of pathos found in everyday life." Hidden in the repetitive mundane tasks, routines and rituals of contemporary culture, she finds startling moments of poetic individuation. Mark has exhibited her work widely across Canada including at the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Power Plant and The Musee d'art contemporain in Montreal. She represented Canada at the Sydney Biennale in 1998 and the Liverpool Biennale in 2006.

      Waddington's
    • KELLY MARK, NOT FRAGILE - 2012, diameter 12" x 30" - 30 x 75 cm.
      Mar. 08, 2012

      KELLY MARK, NOT FRAGILE - 2012, diameter 12" x 30" - 30 x 75 cm.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      KELLY MARK, NOT FRAGILE - 2012, powder-coated sheet steel, plexiglass, LED lights and electronics; signed, titled, dated and numbered on the reverse, edition of 25, 5 artist's proofsdiameter 12" x 30" - 30 x 75 cm.Note: Co-published with Paul M. ConwayKelly Mark works in a variety of media including drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, sound, multiples, video and public interventions. The Toronto artist says she has, "always had an intense preoccupation with the differing shades of pathos found in everyday life." Hidden in the repetitive mundane tasks, routines and rituals of contemporary culture, she finds startling moments of poetic individuation. Mark has exhibited her work widely across Canada including at the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Power Plant and The Musee d'art contemporain in Montreal. She represented Canada at the Sydney Biennale in 1998 and the Liverpool Biennale in 2006.

      Waddington's
    • KELLY MARK
      Nov. 08, 2011

      KELLY MARK

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      Property to Benefit the Vancouver Biennale Hold That Thought This work is from an edition of seven.

      Phillips
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