MARILYN MINTER (B. 1948)
MARILYN MINTER (B. 1948)

Shit-Kicker

Details
MARILYN MINTER (B. 1948)
Shit-Kicker
signed 'M. Minter' (on a paper label affixed to the reverse)
chromogenic print
59 1⁄2 x 85 1⁄2 in. (151.1 x 217.2 cm.)
Executed in 2006. This work is number three from an edition of three plus two artist's proofs.
Provenance
Salon 94, New York
Private collection, 2006
Acquired from the above by the present owner
Literature
C. McCormick, "Fashion Crisis," Paper Magazine, March 2006, n.p. (illustrated).
C. Vogel, "Inside Art," The New York Times, March 2006, n.p. (illustrated).
K. Lowernstein, "Mud Honey," Time Out New York, March 2006, n.p. (illustrated).
A. Kealoha, "Marilyn Minter Billboards," Cool Hunting, March 2006, n.p. (illustrated).
G. Darakjian, 'Marilyn Minter’s Pleasure Principle," Soma Magazine, vol. 23.6, 9 September 2009, p. 35.
Exhibited
New York, Creative Time, Marilyn Minter Billboards, March 2006 (illustrated as billboard).

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Lot Essay

"I'm trying to make an image of what it feels like to look. I want to make a fresh vision of something that's compelling; something that commands our attention; something that is so visually lush that you'll give it multiple readings adding your own history and traditions to the layered content. Some things make you feel transcended; others make you feel slimed. I'm constantly looking for that transcendant moment."
– Marilyn Minter, "It's a Marilyn Minter Moment," Creative Time [Press Release], 25 January 2006.

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