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Rosy Keyser


Zabludowicz Collection

£200.00 GBP

Limited Edition Screenprint

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The art of Rosy Keyser invites you to think about the intersections between people and the matter that surround us. This print is named after Medusa, a hamlet in upstate New York where the artist “forages” for objects and industrial supplies. Working intuitively, she moulds, tears, damages, and deconstructs these materials' natural properties to expose previously unseen fragilities. In addition to these large scale, and inescapably tactile paintings, Keyser also uses the rusted steel fragments, beer cans, sawdust, and tarp to create crude impressions–rough monoprints that inspire a bodily resonance about what it means to inhabit a material world. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection

Limited Edition Print

Limited Edition Photographic print of 14, 2 Artist Proofs 

Oil Monoprint by Rosy Keyser

76.20 x 57.15 cm, unframed

About the Artist

Rosy Keyser embraces a lack of rules, seeking to use materials and forms that incorporate painterly techniques and textures on a flat surface. Sawdust, oil paint, enamel, and rusted steel, among other things, are applied to canvas in broad strokes. Each material builds upon and responds to the others, supporting “references to natural forces, our instinctual attraction to rhythm, the latent power of poetry, and historical concepts of the sacred versus the profane.” Keyser often reveals the frame of her works and uses it as another formal quality that might inspire spontaneous interaction, with reference to Polynesian stick charts and navigational maps. Her cadence is often unconventional, seeking to “recast how paint is portrayed” and maintain the potential dissonance of her materials. Keyser has exhibited at institutions including Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Zabludowicz Collection, London, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, and Ballroom Marfa, Texas, among a number of domestic and international galleries.


Printed in conjunction with 10 Grand Press, Brooklyn NY

Comes unframed, for framing options please email isabelle.goelet@culturelabel.com

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