signed, titled and dated 2004 on the overlap
household gloss paint on canvas
84¼ by 84¼ in. (214 by 214 cm.)
This work is in very good condition overall. There is evidence of light wear and handling to the sides of the canvas, visible upon close inspection. There is a very fine layer of surface dust, visible upon close inspection. Under ultraviolet light, there is no evidence of restoration. Unframed.
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White Cube, London
Phillips de Pury & Co., London, 29 June 2012, Lot 154
Private Collection (acquired from the above sale)
Sotheby's New York, 15 May 2013, Lot 627
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner
"For me, the paintings are not depictions of space, although you could possibly view them as that. They become some other form of space. They’re not virtual space, because a painting is a built thing, obviously. I subscribe to that Frank Stella notion that what you see is what you see."
Sarah Morris, quoted in Taylor Dafoe, "Sarah Morris Explains Why Nothing Is Off Limits in Her New Paintings and Films," Artnet News, 23 May 2019, online