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Cady Noland

Beltway Terror

Cady Noland

Cady Noland

Beltway Terror

Beltway Terror

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Cady Noland

b. 1956

Beltway Terror


aluminum over wood, in 2 parts

60 x 56⅛ x 8 in. (152.4 x 142.8 x 20.3 cm)

Executed in 1993-94.


The present work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.


In an atmosphere of rapidly trading artwork, it is not possible for Cady Noland to agree or dispute the various claims behind works attributed to her. Her silence about published assertions regarding the provenance of any work or the publication of a photograph of a work does not signify agreement about claims that are being made. Ms. Noland has not been asked for nor has she given the rights to any photographs of her works or verified their accuracy or authenticity.

This work is in very good and sound condition overall. All elements are present and stable. Under very close inspection there are minute scattered scratches and faint handling marks throughout. A light layer of dust has adhered to the crevices.

Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
Private Collection (Acquired from the above in 1996)
Acquired from the above by the present owner 
Roberta Smith, "Dark Side of American Psyche", The New York Times, April 8, 1994
Public Information: Desire, Disaster, Document, exh. cat, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1994, pp. 159 and 161, fig. 76, no. 137 (for the present lot illustrated)
Francesco Bonami, "Cady Noland: Claustrophobic Lawn," Flash Art XXXI, no. 21, 1998, p. 125 (for the present lot illustrated)
Cady Noland, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 1994
The American Trip: Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Cady Noland, Richard Prince, Toronto Power Plant, 1996, pp. 25 and 62 (for the present lot illustrated)
Emotion: Young British and American Art from the Goetz Collection, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, 1998-1999, pp. 144 and 185 (for the present lot illustrated)
American Art from the Goetz Collection, Munich, Rudolfinum Galerie, Prague, 2001, pp. 51 and 79, (for the present lot illustrated)
Terror Chic, Spruth Magers, Munich, 2003
Goetz meets Falckenberg, Kulturstiftung Phoenix Art, Hamburg, 2005-2006, pp. 46 and 63 (for the present lot illustrated)
Cady Noland, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018-2019
Hard Feelings, Nahmad Contemporary, New York2019