KENT MONKMAN: RECENT WORKS FOR SALE


    Updated : 03/2019

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PAINTINGS


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Stag Hunting (After Theodor de Bry)
2018
Acrylic on Canvas
183 x 274 cm. (72” x 108”)


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Male Figures Resisting Incarceration
2019
Acrylic on Canvas
152.5 x 96.5 cm (60" x 38”)
  Three Women in a Courtyard
2018
Acrylic on Canvas
152.5 x 96.5 cm (60" x 38”)


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Study for Two Figures Restraining a Third
2018
Acrylic on panel
40.5 x 51 cm (16" x 20”)
  Study for Three Figures in a Room
2018
Acrylic on panel
51 x 40.5 cm (20" x 16”)



EDITIONS


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Delilah
Archival Giclée print on Archival paper
from the series Fate is a Cruel Mistress - sold only as part of the complete set of 5 prints
28 x 35.5 cm (11” x 14”) Paper size
28 x 43 cm (14” x 17”) Framed
edition of 25 with 5 APs
  Jezebel
from the series Fate is a Cruel Mistress - sold only as part of the complete set of 5 prints
Archival Giclée print on Archival paper
28 x 35.5 cm (11” x 14”) Paper size
28 x 43 cm (14” x 17”) Framed
edition of 25 with 5 APs
  Judith
from the series Fate is a Cruel Mistress - sold only as part of the complete set of 5 prints
Archival Giclée print on Archival paper
28 x 35.5 cm (11” x 14”) Paper size
28 x 43 cm (14” x 17”) Framed
edition of 25 with 5 APs


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Potiphar’s Wife
Archival Giclée print on Archival paper
from the series Fate is a Cruel Mistress - sold only as part of the complete set of 5 prints
28 x 35.5 cm (11” x 14”) Paper size
28 x 43 cm (14” x 17”) Framed
edition of 25 with 5 APs
  Salome
Archival Giclée print on Archival paper
from the series Fate is a Cruel Mistress - sold only as part of the complete set of 5 prints
28 x 35.5 cm (11” x 14”) Paper size
28 x 43 cm (14” x 17”) Framed
edition of 25 with 5 APs
   


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The Hunter
2016
engraving
27.9 x 38.1 cm (11" x 15")
edition of 100
  The Artist
2016
engraving
27.9 x 38.1 cm (11" x 15")
edition of 100
  Venus Penis
2016
engraving
27.9 x 38.1 cm (11" x 15")
edition of 100


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Apollo and Hyacinth
2012
archival giclee and acrylic on canvas
56 x 40.5 cm (22" x 16")
edition of 15
  Achilles and Patroclus
2012
archival giclee and acrylic on canvas
56 x 40.5 cm (22" x 16")
edition of 15



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We Had An Agreement
2011
c-print
26.7 x 40 cm (10.5" x 15.75")
edition of 15
  We Agreed to Share, Not Surrender
2011
c-print
26.7 x 47 cm (10.5" x 18.5")
edition of 15
  How Could You Break Your Promise
2011
c-print
26.7 x 40 cm (10.5" x 15.75")
edition of 15


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The Academy
2011
etching and aquatint on paper
34.25 x 49.5 cm (13.5" x 19.5")
edition of 75
  My Treaty is With the Crown
2011
etching and aquatint on paper
31.75 x 51 cm (12.5" x 20")
edition of 75
  Struggle for Balance
2014
Copper plate etching and aquatint on paper 
35.5 x 53.25 cm (14" x 21”)
edition of 25



VIDEO


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Mary
2011
HD video
3:18 min.
edition of 3


Monkman   The Immoral Woman
2015
HD monitor, file on SD card, Media player, Wall mount
6:37m, framed 117 cm (46")
edition of 5

A young cardinal is tempted by Miss Chief Eagle Testickle in St. Peter’s Square. Representing the plural sexuality and gender variance (two spirit traditions) of the Americas, Miss Chief tests the mores and hypocrisy of the Christian mantra - Let he who is without sin cast the first stone…Source painting: View of the Colonnade, St. Peter’s Square in Rome by C.W. Eckersberg (1813-16)


Monkman   The Transfiguration
2015
HD monitor, file on SD card, Media player, Wall mount
4:23m, framed 117 cm (46")
edition of 5

Miss Chief Eagle Testickle’s chauffeur escorts her from the backseat of her limousine to a Cubist figure lying prone on the road in front of the vehicle. Miss Chief shows compassion for the less fortunate and downtrodden by kneeling down to offer her care to the butchered female nude. When Miss Chief learns that the sculpture has already passed, she performs a smudging ceremony. To her amazement, the spirit rises from the body and ascends into the heavens as fully beautiful angel. Source painting: View of the Forum in Rome by Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg (1814)


Monkman   The Human Zoo
2015
HD monitor, file on SD card, Media player, Wall mount
5:05m, framed 117 cm (46")
edition of 5

Exuberant showman George Catlin has staged part of his gallery on the street in a German city. He announces that a grand performance will soon begin and urges the townspeople to gather around. An unimpressed Miss Chief Eagle Testickle refuses to ready herself for the performance as Catlin begins to drum for her Corn Dance. Catlin nudges her out of her fur coat and pressures her to begin her performance. She reluctantly begins her dance but becomes increasingly more enthusiastic and energized by the applause of the delighted audience who cheer and toss coins into Catlin’s top hat. When the dance concludes, Catlin collects the coins, giving nothing to Miss Chief as she resentfully puts her fur coat back on. Source painting: Rear view of the Houses at Schloßfreiheit by Eduard Gaertner (1855)
German: Ansicht der Rückfront der Häuser an der Schloßfreiheit


Monkman   The Symposium
2015
HD monitor, file on SD card, Media player, Wall mount
3:24 m, framed 46”
edition of 5

Miss Chief paints a young adonis who stands before her, removing his toga to reveal more of his muscular physique. Four young men surround them, eating and drinking wine, reading and carousing against a rolling landscape of ancient ruins. The Symposium is Miss Chief’s homage to the classical artistic, aesthetic, and philosophical traditions of ancient Greece. Source painting: The Erechteion on the Acropolis, Athens by Lancelot-Theodore Turpin de Crisse (1805)


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