This monograph dedicated to New York artist Wyatt Kahn (born 1983) encompasses his painting production from 2011 to 2017 and introduces his recent exploration of photography. Trained as a sculptor, Kahn works with assemblages of raw canvas, individual panels in various sizes, shapes and geometric forms. By juxtaposing them, he plays with the flatness and the illusion of depth and alters the viewer's perception of dimensionality. Rather than tracing the lines and shapes directly onto the canvas itself, he turns them into physical components of the artwork. His works constantly oscillate between painting and sculpture, drawing inspiration from the body, urban architecture, and the natural world. In his essay, Terry R. Myers puts the emphasis on the reuse of the past in Kahn's work. As the artist says, "I lean back on history not to reference artists, but rather specific time periods, referencing that period as to where we are now."
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