John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
John Henderson - Reversion
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John Henderson - Reversion

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Produced by Perrotin, 2021
Gypsum cast by the artist with oil paint patina
25.4 x 20.3 x 2.6 cm | 10 x 8 x 1 in
Enclosed with high density foam in a custom-made box with blue hot-stamping
Edition of 25 + 5AP + 5 Proofs

Limit of 1 per person. 

About the artist:

Chicago-based artist John Henderson expands and develops an engagement with abstract painting and the conditions for its contemporary practice. Making use of a variety of technologies and techniques—molds, castings, digital printing, video, and photography—Henderson reforms, revises, and reproduces the manual painterly expression, invoking Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism while acknowledging a distance from their unmediated practice.

John Henderson has had solo exhibitions at venues including Galerie Perrotin New York, Hong Kong, and Paris; Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City; T293, Naples and Rome; Carl Kostyál, London; Peep-Hole, Milan; and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. His work has been included in group exhibitions such as Per_forming a collection #3, Museo MADRE, Naples, Italy; Anamericana, American Academy in Rome; Expanded Painting, Prague Biennale 6; and Phantom Limb: Approaches to Painting Today, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Henderson’s work is featured in the collections of Moderna Museet, Stockholm; the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; Museo Madre, Naples; and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.