Sean Hanrahan

Category: Print on Canvas

Glitched Habitat

Glitched Habitat #3(with morse coding) Endgame. Silkscreen and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020                                                                              

Glitched Habitat #4(with morse coding) Future. Silkscreen and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020

Glitched Habitat #2 (with morse coding) You can't eat money. Silkscreen, Arcylic, Goldleaf and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020

Glitched Habitat #2 (with morse coding) You can’t eat money. Silkscreen and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020

Glitched Habitat #1 (with morse coding) SOS. Silkscreen, Arcylic and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020

Glitched Habitat #1 (with morse coding) SOS. Silkscreen, Goldleaf and Spray-paint on Canvas 61cmx61cm 2020

Urban Fudge. Indian Ink, Silkscreen and spray paint on Canvas 30cmx30cmx3cm 2018

 

 

Fragmentation.(division) 4 colour Silkscreen, Aerosol spray-paint and Acrylic paint on Linen 61cmx81cmx4cm, 2017/18

Fragmentation.(division) Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on primed Linen 61cmx81cmx4cm, 2017.

Fragmentation.(division) Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on primed Linen 61cmx81cmx4cm, 2017.

Fragmentation.(Wheel of Descent) Silkscreen, Aerosol spray-paint and Goauche on Linen 37cmx45cmx3cm 2018

Fragmentation.(reflection) Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on primed Linen 32cmx40cmx2cm 2017

Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on Canvas 2017/18

Fragmentation.(blind vision) Silkscreen, Aerosol spray-paint and Indian ink on Canvas 61cmx61cmx2cm 2018

Fragmentation (Escape from the City) Silkscreen, Aerosol spray-paint and Indian ink on Canvas 61cmx61cmx2cm 2018

Area Folly. Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on canvas 40cmx40cm

Unseen Sinking. Silkscreen and Aerosol spray-paint on canvas 40cmx40cm

This Woodblock on Canvas 147cmx167cm is part of the exhibition, Over the Sun, Kazimir Malevich (His legacy and influence on Western Artists). The accompanying text is an extract from the catalog for the Exhibition, 2015.

 

Over the Sun

 

Over the Sun

Kazimir Malevich

(His legacy and influence on western artists)

Selected and organized By Séan Hanrahan

in association with the V.C.C.A Vitebsk, Belarus

Participating Artists, Séan Hanrahan IRE,

Dominic Fee IRE, Josh Dannin U.S.A.

Standing in no.5a on Pravdy str. in Vitebsk on a September afternoon listening to two senior research staff members from the V.C.C.A (Vitebsk Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art) Marina Karman and Elena Gai explain about the historical nature of the building we were in, and the plans for its future, I was immediately struck by the importance of the surroundings I had found myself in. It was here Russian avant garde artist Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) formed UNOVIS – ‘The Affirmers of the New Art’ group in 1919. It was here also that he wrote and published some of his main theoretical writings, such as Suprematism: 34 drawings.This exhibition is the result of that September afternoon’s conversation and the expressed openness and enthusiasm by the director of the V.C.C.A Andrey Duhovnikov to the proposal of putting the project together. We consider this exhibition as a small beacon of the significant influence Kazimir Malevich has had on Western and Modern art throughout the past 100 years since he painted his Black Square, and of Vitebsk where he taught and wrote many of his theoretical works. I gratefully acknowledge the V.C.C.A and its staff for their support. I would like to thank and acknowledge the Artists involved, Dominic Fee and Josh Dannin who without hesitation got on board, and enthusiastically engaged with the project. I would especially like to thank Masha Falaleeva for her support, dedication and shared vision.

                                                                                             Séan Hanrahan June 2015

banners

Pravdy 5a Banners hanging in the UNOVIS era working and living quarters of Kazimir Malevich

 

Main Exhibition V.C.C.A Vitebsk. On the walls Josh Dannin’s Proposition 06.00145. On the floor Dominic Fee’s modular ‘MonUment’ on UNOVIS era wooden floor tiles. Right, is the screening of the short film ‘Over the Sun’ projected onto blank canvas.

 

Over the Sun documentary Vitebsk 2015

 

Sean Hanrahan exhibition piece/film Over the Sun