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Booth C211

February 7 – 11, 2018

Günther Förg, Untitled, 2006

Günther Förg

Untitled, 2006

Acrylic on canvas

76.75 x 65 inches (195 x 165 cm)

Etel Adnan, Untitled, 2014

Etel Adnan

Untitled, 2014

Oil on canvas

9.6 x 11.4 inches (24.5 x 29 cm) 

Samuel Levi Jones, Flow, 2018

Samuel Levi Jones

Flow, 2018

Deconstructed West's Federal Case Reporters books on canvas

60 x 55 inches (152.4 x 139.7 cm)

Alfredo Jaar, Cien Años de Soledad [No Realmente], 1985

Alfredo Jaar

Cien Años de Soledad [No Realmente], 1985


16 x 66 inches (40.6 x 167.6 cm)

Edition of 3 + 3 AP

Rosemary Laing, Drapery and wattle, 2017

Rosemary Laing

Drapery and wattle, 2017

Archival pigment print

39 x 60 inches (100 x 152.55 cm)

Edition of 8

Ana Mendieta, Silueta del Laberinto (Laberinth Blood Imprint), 1974

Ana Mendieta

Silueta del Laberinto (Laberinth Blood Imprint), 1974

Lifetime color photograph

10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)

Hélio Oiticica, Untitled, 1958

Hélio Oiticica

Untitled, 1958

Gouache on cardboard

11.6 x 13 inches (30 x 33 cm)

Jaume Plensa, Wilsis, 2017

Jaume Plensa

Wilsis, 2017


46.9 x 13.4 x 22.4 inches (119 x 34 x 57 cm)

Zilia Sánchez, Troyanas, 2016

Zilia Sánchez

Troyanas, 2016


Acrylic on stretched canvas

23.25 x 22.25 x 4.25 inches (59 x 56.5 x 11.4 cm)

Nancy Spero, A Cycle of the Universe is Finished - Artaud, 1969

Nancy Spero

A Cycle of the Universe is Finished - Artaud, 1969

Gouache, ink, and handprinted collage on paper

25 x 20 inches (63.5 x 50.8 cm)

Ursula von Rydingsvard, Untitled, 2016

Ursula von Rydingsvard

Untitled, 2016

Handmade linen paper, pulp, pigment, thread, fabric

42 x 23.5 inches (106.7 x 59.7 cm)

Press Release

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present for the second time at Zona Maco with work by Etel Adnan, Günther Förg, Alfredo Jaar, Samuel Levi Jones, Rosemary Laing, Ana Mendieta, Hélio Oiticica, Jaume Plensa, Zilia Sánchez, Nancy Spero, and Ursula von Rydingsvard. The booth demonstrates the gallery’s ongoing commitment to artists from Latin America in addition to introducing international artists that are less known in the region.

Highlights include sculptures by Jaume Plensa and Ursula von Rydingsvard, artists renowned for transforming raw materials evocative of nature’s artifacts into sculptural forms. While Plensa presents an ethereal portrait of nascent femininity in the alabaster Wilsis (2017), von Rydingsvard creates deep, undulating furrows with a circular saw in MANILLA (2016) before enriching its textured wood surface with graphite.

The booth will also feature examples from Nancy Spero’s Artaud series and works from the 1980s focusing on Latin America. Opposite this will be several photographs by Ana Mendieta created in Mexico. Between 1973 and 1980, Mendieta made numerous trips to Mexico, a place that had a profound influence on her practice. 

On view will also be a painting by Zilia Sánchez titled Troyanas, which is indicative of her signature style achieved by stretching canvas over wooden armatures to create sensuous forms, and Hélio Oiticica’s Metasquema, a dynamic grid-like compositions created the year before he founded Neo-Concrete movement. Alfredo Jaar’s neon will glow outside the booth with a statement referring to the association many make between Latin America and Gabriel García Márquez’s novel of a similar title: Cien Años de Soledad [No Realmente] (“One Hundred Years of Solitude [Not Really]”). 

On view in Mexico for the first time are works by Samuel Levi Jones, who deconstructs hardcover books to question the authority of the written word. Rarely seen works from Rosemary Laing’s Buddens series, recently unveiled at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art, focus on the themes of landscape and migration. 

For more information, please visit the art fair website.

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