About the Work
The Sin of Pride is our third porcelain-baked enamel on steel collaboration with Ryan McGinness. This work again takes the viewer into a surreal world of McGinness’ iconic drawings that depict a melting cloud, knotted snakes, a safety pin, peace doves fighting over an olive branch, a shit shoveler, and a ballerina, among numerous other symbols by the artist to decode. The scene is punctuated at the bottom with rainbow middle fingers. Often used in subways, porcelain baked enamel on steel is the most durable signage material in the world, making it ideal for any environment and weather condition. The work requires no framing, and hangs flush to the wall on a provided cleat.
Ryan McGinness (b. 1972, Virginia Beach, VA) has held solo exhibitions at County Gallery (Palm Beach), Miles McEnery Gallery (New York), Baldwin Gallery (Aspen), Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles), Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (Virginia Beach), Pace Prints (New York), La Casa Encendida Museum (Madrid), and Deitch Projects (New York), among many others. Select group exhibitions include presentations at Hauser and Wirth (New York), Lehman College Art Gallery (New York), and The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh). McGinness’ work is featured in numerous permanent collections including those of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond), Museum of Contemporary Art (San Diego), The Albright-Knox Gallery (Buffalo, NY), The Charles Saatchi Collection, Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills, MI), and Art in Embassies at U.S Department of State (Washington DC), among many others. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University. McGinness lives and works in New York, NY.
Authentication & Resale
Signed, titled, and numbered en verso by the artist.
This work is also accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed and numbered by Exhibition A.
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The work requires no framing, and hangs flush to the wall on a provided cleat.
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