Unday Ugo Rondinone
May 12—June 17, 2006

Unday Ugo Rondinone

The 6th hour of the poem, 2005 Wax, pigments 140 × 82 × 82 cm Photo © Studio Rondinone

Press Release

Ugo Rondinone's exhibition Unday is centred on binary pairs like interior and exterior, private and public, and it stages the archetypical character of windows (a recurring feature in Rondinone's work) and a light bulb in order to ultimately convey a sense of longing, isolation, and passing of time, that is not on forehand filled with obligations and doings. Fifteen small-scale paintings are hung in the otherwise empty white space. Almost all of the images depict...
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