Paul Chan: Untitled (on the 7th) - Only Blue, White and Purple Editions available

£288.00

His exhibition at the Serpentine premiered the complete series of The 7 Lights, 2005-07, large-scale digital projections and drawings that 'hallucinate' the seven days of creation from dawn to dusk. The limited-edition portfolio originated from Chan's stunning digital projections. Untitled (on the 7th) 2007 depicts extensions of the shapes that come from Chan's idea of seeing all things as shadows in the midst of a light that is neither pure nor reasonable.

Paul Chan (born Hong Kong 1973) has achieved international acclaim for his drawings, videos and installations that blend a novel drawing aesthetic with philosophical reflections on politics, religion, sex and life. His exhibition at the Serpentine premiered the complete series of The 7 Lights, 2005-07, large-scale digital projections and drawings that 'hallucinate' the seven days of creation from dawn to dusk.

The limited-edition portfolio originated from Chan's stunning digital projections. Untitled (on the 7th) 2007 depicts extensions of the shapes that come from Chan's idea of seeing all things as shadows in the midst of a light that is neither pure nor reasonable. Chan's work has featured in the Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, 2004; and Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2006. He lives and works in New York. He is currently exhibiting at the New Museum, New York.

 Only Blue, White and Purple Editions available