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SELECTED WORKS BY Molly Larkey

The Revolutionary
Molly Larkey
The Revolutionary

2006

Mixed Media and Paint

64" x 64" x 40"
Molly Larkey’s The Revolutionary playfully incorporates elements of formalist abstraction with its symbolic subject matter. Constructed from a variety of materials, Larkey gives her sculpture a rainbow treatment of brightly coloured paint, each rough hewn component compiling as a topsy-turvy monument, inciting both Modernist art history and hippie psychedelia. With her theatrical assemblage, Larkey frames these disparate ideas as humorously dysfunctional; relating the dynamics of power with the festivity of grass roots endeavour.






Other artists in
Artists in future exhibitions

Dawit Abebe    Markus Amm    Helene Appel    Ivan Argote    Dan Attoe    Diann Bauer    Michael Bauer    Dan Bayles    Whitney Bedford    Simon Bedwell    Anna Freeman Bentley    Emilia Bergmark    Eduardo Berliner    Katherine Bernhardt    Gabriele Beveridge    Richard Billingham    Alina and Jeff Bliumis    Jean-Fran√ßois Bocl√©    Shannon Bool    Armand Boua    Gabriella Boyd    Matti Braun    Bozidar Brazda    Jonny Briggs    Joey Bryniarska    Agnieszka Brzezanska    Jelena Bulajic    Alida Cervantes    Loz Chalk    Ronin Cho    James Clarkson    Lucy Coggle    Andy Collins    Inez de Coo    Jessica Craig-Martin    Alexandre da Cunha    Ana Cvorovic    Dexter Dalwood    Ian Davis    Nicholas Dedics    Tomory Dodge    Robert Dowling    Stef Driesen    Howard Dyke    Ara Dymond    Judith Eisler    Annabel Emson    Carlos Noronha Feio    Dee Ferris    Michael Fullerton    Dmitri Galitzine    Julia Goldman    No√©mie Goudal    Joanne Greenbaum    Hilary Harnischfeger    Kati Heck    Patrick Hill    Dan Holdsworth    Phillipa Horan    Shara Hughes    Elliot Hundley    Tom Hunter    Jessica Jackson Hutchins    Diego Mendoza Imbachi    Merlin James    Tillman Kaiser    Alice K√∂nitz    Ian Kiaer    Terence Koh    John Korner    Ulrich Lamsfuss    Liane Lang    Molly Larkey    Paul Lee    Andrea Lehmann    Juliette Losq    Christina Mackie    Jill Mason    Jorge Mayet    Claire McArdle    Ella McCartney    Lucy McKenzie    Martin McMurray    Robert Melee    Aleksandra Mir    Ian Monroe    Kristine Moran    Eduard Moreno    Yasumasa Morimura    Luisa Mota    Nick Nowicki    Matt O'dell    Alejandro Ospina    Marco Palmieri    Selma Parlour    Oliver Perkins    Marius Pfannenstiel    Arthur Prior    Laure Prouvost    Sean Raspet    Brian Reed    Halsey Rodman    Florian Roithmayr    Ruth Root    Stefan Sandner    Hideyuki Sawayanagi    Amba Sayal-Bennett    Anne Kathrin Schuhmann    Michael Schultz    Macrae Semans    Conrad Shawcross    Jamie Shovlin    Agathe Snow    Martina Steckholzer    Jack Strange    Miriam Sweeney    Emma Talbot    Mateo Tannatt    Stephanie Taylor    Adam Thompson    Rafal Topolewski    Ryan Trecartin    Caroline Walker    Ben Washington    Chuck Webster    Garth Weiser    Aaron Wexler    Poppy Whatmore    Julia Whiting    Jenny Wiener    Paula Wilson    Susanne M. Winterling    Saskia Olde Wolbers     Yeesookyung    Haeri Yoo

Molly Larkey's BIOGRAPHY

Molly Larkey
Born in 1971, in Los Angeles
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA



SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS


2010
Molly Larkey, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum ID

2008
keltie Ferris and Molly Larkey, Sunday L.E.S, New York, NY

2007
Project Room, PS1 Contemporary Arts
Center, Long Island City

2004
Webspace @ Artists Space, New York

2003
The End of You Is The Beginning of The End of Me, PS122 Gallery, New York


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2011
Shape of Things to Come: New Scuplture, The Saatchi Gallery, London

2010
Hidden Bodies , Statler Waldorf Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Bushwick Schlacht!, Brooklyn, NY
Redi-Mix, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, NY
Unframed, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID
This Land is a Hand Game, Porthole Projects, Sante Fe, NM
Ocketopia, Lesley Heller Gallery, New York, NY
Read-Only-Memory, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY

2009
Homage to the Artists, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID
Incarnational Aesthetics, NYCAMS, New York, NY
The Weekend Inventor, Artspace, New Haven, CT
Finally Utopic - Bushwick Biennial, Pocket Utopia, Brooklyn, NY

2008
Intransit, Moti Hasson Gallery, New York, NY

2007
M*A*S*H, curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud & Amy
Smith-Stewart, New York
Tropical Punch, Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn

2005
LineAge, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
Off My Biscuit, Destroy Your District!, Samson Projects,
Boston
Atomica, Esso Gallery & Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New
York
Désert de Retz, curated by David Hunt, Audiello Fine Art, New York

2004
Black Milk, Marvelli Gallery, New York

2003
Terrible Beauty, Satellite√Ę (a division of Roebling Hall), New York

2001
An Exhibition of Works by Contemporary Women Artists:
Kiki Smith, Cecily Brown, Jane Hammond,Elizabeth Murray, Susan Rothenberg, Molly Larkey, Lisa Yuskavage, Marisol, Bobbie Greenfield Gallery,
Santa Monica

2000
New York Area MFA Exhibition, Hunter College, New York

MFA Thesis Exhibition, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

1999
Size Matters, Gales Gates et al, Brooklyn, NY
Mirror, Mirror On the Screen, Momenta Art Gallery, Williamsburg
The Y2K Solution, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

1996
Incestuous, Threadwaxing Space, New York