Untitled (Garniture Drawing 3)
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Ann Agee

Untitled (Garniture Drawing 3)

Brooklyn artist Ann Agee works in many media, with special dedication to ceramics - she was among the first to show that this discipline could be reinvented for the 21st century. This achievement was possible because of the particular combination of historical expertise and pure pleasure that she brings to the medium. Though always cognizant of precedent, her freedom of handling and accumulative, associative approach give her work unmissable contemporaneity. This three-part work is based on the 18th-century concept of a “garniture,” a set of vases to be displayed on a mantelpiece or cabinet. Agee’s titling, which claims the objects as drawings of a sort, signals the inherently silhouette-based emphasis of this format.

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Ann Agee
Glazed porcelain
Contributing Gallery
15 in × in × in
38.1 cm × 0.0 cm × 0.0 cm
Three pieces
Image credit: Courtesy the artist and P.P.O.W, New York
Untitled (Garniture Drawing 3)
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Untitled (Garniture Drawing 3)