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Peter Halley

Two Cells with Circulating Conduit

Peter Halley

Peter Halley

Two Cells with Circulating Conduit

Two Cells with Circulating Conduit

Peter Halley

b. 1953

Two Cells with Circulating Conduit


signed, titled and dated 1986 on the reverse

acrylic, fluorescent acrylic, Flashe, and Roll-a-Tex on two adjoined canvases

64 by 104 in. 162.6 by 264.2 cm.

This work is in very good condition overall. Please contact contemporarycuratedny@sothebys.com for the professional condition report prepared by Modern Art Conservation Unframed.


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International with Monument, New York
Susan and Richard Katcher, New York
Sotheby’s, New York, 10 November 1993, Lot 59
Acquired from the above sale by the present owner 
Cara Jordan and Clément Dirié, Eds., Peter Halley: Paintings of the 1980s, The Catalogue Raisonné, Zurich 2019, p. 101, illustrated in color
Jerry Saltz, Ed., Beyond Boundaries: New York's New Art, New York 1986, p. 28, illustrated in color
Hal Foster, “Signs Taken for Wonders,” Art in America 74, June 1986, p. 87, illustrated in color (incorrectly illustrated)
Joshua Decter, “Peter Halley”, Arts Magazine, Summer 1986, p. 110, illustrated in color
Eleanor Heartney, “Neo-Geo Storms New York,” New Art Examiner, 14 September 1986, p. 28, illustrated 
Susan Kandel, "The Non-Site of Theory," Frieze, May 1995, p. 30, illustrated in color
Cory Reynolds, Ed., Peter Halley: Maintain Speed, New York 2000, pp. 118, 197, 199 and 201, illustrated in color
Amy Brandt, Interplay: Neoconceptual Art of the 1980s, Cambridge 2014, pp. 36 and 145, illustrated in color
H. H. Arnason, History of Modern Art, Boston 2013, p. 683, illustrated in color
Joshua Decter, Art Is a Problem, Zurich 2014, p. 108, illustrated
Richard Milazzo, Skewed: Ruminations on the Writings and Works of Peter Halley, Modena 2016, p. 59, illustrated in color
New York, International With Monument Gallery, Peter Halley, April 1986
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987 Biennial Exhibition, March - June 1987, p. 59, illustrated in color 
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Horn of Plenty, January - February 1989, p. 99, illustrated in color