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Rodney Graham and James Welling

January 7 – 30, 1993

Black and white photos of trains and shipping containers
Installation view of blank canvases and black and white photos
Five black and white photos of trains, framed
Gallery postcard with artist's name

December 22, 1992

Rodney Graham & James Welling

The Jack Hanley Gallery will present a two person exhibition show in January by Canadian conceptual artist Rodney Graham and New Yorker James Welling. Welling is known for his sensual abstract photographs of curtains, gelatin, and tinfoil but this series expands to the genre of railroad photographs. Graham has done working drawings for tables designed by artist Donald Judd that will house the complete works of Sigmund Freud; conceptual filters of disparate interests are coupled in a series of six works.