The drawing that has become this print is based on observational work done at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The glass vitrine and the rhetoric of their display scheme has been an ongoing interest in my work. I seek to highlight the spatial relationship between objects, the intention of placement by the curator and the vagaries of observation. The singular pink vase in this print is a way of creating a special moment for one piece within the crowded field of many objects. The survival of antiquity is a testament to the will-to-life of these objects, which have far outlived their creators and their intentions.
Timothy Hull (born 1979, New York, NY) received an MFA at Parsons School of Design, New York, and a BA at New York University, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include: Locus, Logos Legominism at Kristen Lorello, New York, Study of a Myth in Progress at Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence, Italy; For Ammonis Who Died at 29 in 610 at ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles, (2016) Painting in the Imperfect Tense, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York (2016) and Pastiche Cicero, Fitzroy Gallery, New York (2014). His work has been included in group exhibitions at Mitchell-Innes and Nash, The Hole, FRAC Lorraine, Tate Modern, the Morris Museum of Art, and the Nomas Foundation. Hull's work has been featured and reviewed in the New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, Flash Art, Interview Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
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