Troy Brauntuch, Keith Edmier and Richard Phillips

537 W 22nd Street

January 10 – February 21, 2004

Richard Phillips
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2003
Charcoal and chalk on paper
26 x 20.5 inches

Richard Phillips
Demi Moore
2003
Charcoal and chalk on paper
25.5 x 20 inches

Richard Phillips
Deepak
2003
Charcoal and chalk on paper
24 x 20 inches

Richard Phillips
Spokesperson
2003
Charcoal on paper
21 x 27 inches

Richard Phillips
Similar to Squirrels after A. Dietrich
2003
Charcoal and chalk on paper
27 x 20.75 inches

Richard Philips
Bukkake
2003
Charcoal on paper
23 x 21 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Shoe)
2003
Conté on cotton
20 x 30 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Pills)
2002
Conté on cotton
20 x 30 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Chalks)
2002
Conté on cotton
20 x 30 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Gloves)
2002
Conté on cotton
20 x 30 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Mickey)
2002
Conté on cotton
20 x 30 inches

Troy Brauntuch
Untitled (Alice and Jack)
2002
Diptych, C-print
Each: 15 x 23 inches

Keith Edmier
Frank Veteran, 1980
2001-2004
Various materials

Keith Edmier
Study for Frank Veteran, 1980
2003
Gesso, pencil and ink on record sleeve
7 x 7 inches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 10, 6-8 pm

Friedrich Petzel Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Troy Brauntuch, Keith Edmier, and Richard Phillips, artists who through the use of appropriated imagery, blur the lines between personal and collective memory.

Troy Brauntuch will exhibit a recent group of paintings, drawings and photographs. The subject of these works are objects from Brauntuch's personal life, everyday items such as boots, gloves and chalk. In the paintings, he renders these objects in a haunting, almost abstract manner, which prevents a clear reading of the picture.

Keith Edmier will present a new work called Frank Veteran 1980, 2003, which tells a story of the emergency medical events concerning the murder of John Lennon, as told by the Chief Surgical Resident at Roosevelt Hospital the night of December 8, 1980.

Richard Phillips will exhibit six drawings that are the basis for his newest body of work. Through them he continues to explore the polemic that is inherent in his work, seemingly disparate images that challenge our uncertain relationship to the overwhelming image saturation of our age.

For further information, please contact the gallery at info@petzel.com, or call (212) 680-9467.

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