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Amanda Ross-Ho, Untitled Timepiece (5 IN THE BOX), 2017, gesso, silkscreen, acrylic, gouache, coffee, wine, and graphite on canvas, 52 x 52".

Amanda Ross-Ho

Mitchell-Innes & Nash | Chelsea

Amanda Ross-Ho, Untitled Timepiece (5 IN THE BOX), 2017, gesso, silkscreen, acrylic, gouache, coffee, wine, and graphite on canvas, 52 x 52".

Amanda Ross-Ho’s most recent exhibition, “MY PEN IS HUGE,” stated its larger-than-life conceit at the outset while simultaneously referencing the artist’s preoccupation with the process of artistic production. For this show, the artist put front and center the oversize items for which her studio practice about studio practice is best known. In the center of the gallery specifically, one encountered the dual installations Untitled Set #1 (August 1–September 7) and Untitled Set #2 (August 1–September 7) (all works 2017), which consist of platforms teeming with huge wineglasses, cutlery, and X-Acto blades alongside standard-issue studio rags and other objects.

On the four walls surrounding the platforms, Ross-Ho presented twelve fifty-two-by-fifty-two-inch analog clockface motifs silk-screened onto canvas, which were enhanced by graphite, wine, and coffee markings. These were made to

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