With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness

Gabriel Kuri
December 20, 2014 – March 15, 2015

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

Exhibition view

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness, 2014–15
Aspen Art Museum

 

Photo © Tony Prikyl

With Personal Thanks To Their Contractual Thingness

Gabriel Kuri
Aspen Art Museum
December 20, 2014 – March 15, 2015
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Using familiar materials such as receipts, newspaper, or plastic bags, Gabriel Kuri is interested in the way that commerce mediates almost all human relationships. His Aspen Art Museum exhibition comprised a selection of works that center on Kuri’s interest in the transactional residue of daily life and broad-based ideas of tracking systems in economics, politics, consumption, and production.

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