ROXY PAINE Model for Maelstrom, 2009 Stainless steel 19 x 80 x 36 inches

ROXY PAINE Model for Maelstrom, 2009 Stainless steel 19 x 80 x 36 inches

ROXY PAINE Model for Maelstrom, 2009 Stainless steel 19 x 80 x 36 inches

ROXY PAINE Model for Maelstrom, 2009 Stainless steel 19 x 80 x 36 inches

ROXY PAINE Drawing for Maelstrom, 2008 India ink on paper 22 1/2 x 30 inches

ROXY PAINE Drawing for Yield, 2008 India ink on paper 27 3/4 x 24 inches

ROXY PAINE Drawing for 100 Ft. Line, 2009 India ink on paper 30 x 23 inches

ROXY PAINE Study for Facade / Billboard, 2009 India ink on paper 30 x 23 inches

ROXY PAINE Drawing for Synapse, 2009 India ink on paper 23 x 30 inches

Press Release

James Cohan Gallery is pleased to present ROXY PAINE: Dendroid Drawings and Maquettes, from May 1 through June 6, 2009. The exhibition will include a scale model of Maelstrom as well as drawing studies from the artist's well-known series of stainless steel Dendroid sculptures. The gallery exhibition runs conexhibitions to Roxy Paine on the Roof: Maelstrom, a site-specific installation at The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden on view from April 28 through October 25, 2009. Maelstrom is a 130-foot long by 45-foot wide monumental stainless steel sculpture and is the largest work to have ever been installed on the Met roof, New York City's premiere site for outdoor sculpture. More information is available on the Met's website http://www.metmuseum.org

We are also pleased to announce the publication of the artist's first comprehensive monograph, ROXY PAINE, published by Prestel with a text by Eleanor Heartney, now available through the gallery. Working at the intersection between nature and technology, Roxy Paine creates works of art that expose the paradoxes inherent in our relationships with the natural and industrial worlds. Paine's pieces can take the form of startlingly realistic representations of plant life or robotic art-manufacturing machinery, though his stainless steel Dendroids straddle both approaches. This book presents works from each series of Paine's oeuvre to date with Heartney's insightful critical analysis. Roxy Paine's works raise existential questions about our place in the natural order and the extent to which we can draw a firm line between the processes of nature and those of technology. This beautifully designed 256-page volume includes 250 full-color illustrations.

Priced at $75, we are offering a special introductory launch price of $50 per copy (plus $7.50 for shipping and handling) for a limited time only. If you would like to make a purchase, please call or email Elizabeth Eames at 212 714 9500 or info@jamescohan.com or visit http://www.jamescohan.com/publications/roxy-paine_1/

Please join us at the gallery for a reception and book signing with the artist on Thursday, May 7th from 6 – 8 pm.

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