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Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

Artist: Win McCarthy

Venue: Silberkuppe, Berlin

Exhibition Title: Mister

Date: April 22 – June 24, 2017

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Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

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Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe
Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

Images courtesy of Silberkuppe, Berlin

Press Release:

FOR ASSEMBLY:

1. Staging area

a. Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1, 1:50 scale (w/ manual and additional parts)
b. Feb 22 mask
c. Misc. wooden sticks
d. Shoelace
e. Crane on Broome St. w/ Lola, Harry, Addie, Robert B, and clone

2. January ’17 calendar (Der Fuß des Künstlers)
3. Mr. Reticence

(mirror)

4. Personal Whereabouts
5. Friend to Many
6. Mini-me
7. The Conversationalist
8. Chris
9. “Headless”
10. Imogen (Blue World)
11. Shattered Mask

(mirror)

12. Character
13. Staging area
a. Incomplete ’17 calendar (Fridge Contents)
b. Misc. wooden sticks
c. Glass mask (Scream)
d. Shoelace
14. March ’17 calendar (bits & pieces)


Something like
A clock remembering,
Suddenly,
It’s own ticking. Then,
Knock knock.

Link: Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe

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