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Incident on 9th street, 1997

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Suite of 13 gelatin silver prints

Suite of 13: 14" x 11" each

Edition of 12

Each photograph signed and numbered by the artist on verso.

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About The Work

Incident on 9th Street (1997), by Christopher Wool, is a suite of 13 gelatin silver prints, in which he documents the aftermath of a devastating fire that consumed his studio in 1996. This incident has since become very influential to his art making practice; from this time on Wool has sometimes used white over-painting and solvents to erase elements of his work as a way of obscuring and reinforcing the negative space of the picture plane.

Courtesy of Carolina Nitsch.

About Christopher Wool

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