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Nigel Lendon

Untitled Wall Structure #3, 1970 - 2012

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auto enamel on steel, 17 elements

215.50 x 262.00 x 55.00

(horizontal dimensions variable)

Provenance:

The Artist

Exhibited:

Transfield Prize, Bonython Gallery, Sydney, 1970 (#2) Nigel Lendon, Watters Gallery, Sydney, 1971 (#3);
Less is More, Minimal and post-minimal art in Australia, Heide MOMA, 3 August – 4 November, 2012 (#1);
Minimal/Conceptual, Milani Gallery, Brisbane, 2013;
Nigel Lendon: modelling the now, ANU Drill Hall Gallery, 6 November - 13 December, 2015

Note:

Illustrated here and in the printed catalogue is:
Nigel Lendon (v. 1944)
Untitled wall structure #1, 1970/2012
auto enamel on steel, 17 parts, overall 213.5 x 262.0 x 5.5 cm
Provenance: Collection of The University of Queensland, purchased 2013.
Reproduced courtesy of the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane

Carl Warner Two of the three original works were exhibited in the early 70's before, on a return journey to Adelaide in 1972, they were significantly damaged. From the remaining pieces, the three versions of the work were reconstructed in 2012. Each rod is numbered according to its shade; 1 being the lightest and 5 being the darkest. The work in the University of Queensland’s collection has a colour sequence running: 12345234523452345. In the case of #3, on view in Abstraction 18, the colour sequence will run: 41433443552553222.

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