MATTHEW LUTZ-KINOY
Study for...

700€

It’s hard to account for Matthew Lutz-Kinoy’s seemingly effortless practice of drawing and painting. Yet his virtuoso, fluid strokes also carry a particular history of art as the invention of forms of life and communities, with affective and political consequences: subverting categories is not only a question of aesthetics, but also of making room for non-binary identities.
These two drawings beautifully express the artist’s love for words of love, and sensual approach to the swiftness of watercolor. They were made during the process of elaboration of Lutz-Kinoy’s Scrolls in the Wind, a collection of lithographs produced by the Centre d’Édition Contemporaine in Geneva, in collaboration with fellow artists and writers who contributed poems.

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy lives and works between Los Angeles and Paris; his practice includes painting as well as ceramics and performance. Recent solo exhibitions include Centre d’Édition Contemporaine, Geneva, de Vleeshal, Middleburg, Le Consortium, Dijon, and MoMA PS1, New York. He is represented by Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles; Kamel Mennour, Paris; Mendes Wood, São Paulo/New York.

1. 
Study for “Samuel’s Poem”, 2018
Lithography (with text by Cyrus Dunham) and watercolor on paper
42 × 29,7 cm (unframed)
Unique

2. 
Study for “There are cats all over Yourope”, 2018
Lithography (with text by Harry Burke) and watercolor on paper
42 × 29,7 cm (unframed)
Unique

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MATTHEW LUTZ-KINOY - Study for...

MATTHEW LUTZ-KINOY - Study for...