Press photos

 

Click to enlarge and download. All press photos: Nick Ash. 

Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

 

Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

 

Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

 

03.01.1752, 2015
Nine Chinese glazed stonewear plates, sea deposits, shells. 24 × 37 cm.
Nanking Cargo” is the name given by Christie’s auction house to the items recovered in 1985 from the “Geldermalsen,” an eighteenth century Dutch East India Company vessel that sank on departure from Canton.

Table bench with cushion, designed by Finn Juhl in 1953. Palisander (Dalbergia nigra) and brass edges, yellow foldable cushion. 40 × 182 × 45 cm each.

Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.
Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

Your mother sucks cocks in Hell, 2015
Seventeenth century oak-and-polychrome cherub’s head, wood, nails. 28.5 × 26.6 × 34.2 cm
Johnnie Walker’s square-shaped bottle, designed by Alexander Walker allowed more bottles to fit on a shelf and into crates for easy transport.

Title excerpted from line delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

 

Lick Me Lick Me, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble torso of Apollo, Roman workshop, c. first–second century AD; wood; nails. 21 × 32.1 × 48.5 cm.


Title excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

Lick Me Lick Me, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble torso of Apollo, Roman workshop, c. first–second century AD; wood; nails. 21 × 32.1 × 48.5 cm.


Title excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

 

Judas, table designed by Finn Juhl in 1949
Palisander (Dalbergia nigra) with thirty circular silver coins inlaid. 73 × 200 × 140 cm.
Manufactured by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder, Denmark.

Untitled, 2015
Wax tree privet (Ligustrum lucidum), oak (Quercus lepidobalanus). Wood sourced in Mexico City.
Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

Do you know what she did, your cunting daughter? 2015
Chestnut wood and polychrome Christ figure in Flemish style, produced in Portugal c. fifteenth- sixteenth century; Burmese teak; glass; engraving by Phung Vo. 253 × 360 × 12 cm. 223.5 × 450 × 12 cm.

Text excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

 

Ceramic tiles handmade in Oaxaca, Mexico in 2015 with motif found inside the former the Great Mosque of Cordoba, built in 784-86, currently the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (since 1236).
Ceramic tiles handmade in Oaxaca, Mexico in 2015 with
motif found inside the former the Great Mosque of Cordoba, built in 784-86, currently the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (since 1236).

Your mother sucks cocks in Hell, 2015.
Seventeenth century oak-and-polychrome cherub’s head, wood, nails. 28.5 × 26.6 × 34.2 cm.

Johnnie Walker’s square-shaped bottle, designed by Alexander Walker allowed more bottles to fit on a shelf and into crates for easy transport.

Title excerpted from line delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

Do you know what she did, your cunting daughter? 2015
Chestnut wood and polychrome Christ figure in Flemish style, produced in Portugal c. fifteenth- sixteenth century; Burmese teak; glass; engraving by Phung Vo. 253 × 360 × 12 cm. 223.5 × 450 × 12 cm.

Text excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

Do you know what she did, your cunting daughter? 2015
Chestnut wood and polychrome Christ figure in Flemish style, produced in Portugal c. fifteenth- sixteenth century; Burmese teak; glass; engraving by Phung Vo. 253 × 360 × 12 cm. 223.5 × 450 × 12 cm.

Text excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

 

02.02.1861, 2009 –
Ink on A4 paper, writing by Phung Vo. 29.6 × 21 cm.

Last letter of St. Jean Théophane Vénard to his father before he was decapitated, copied by Danh Vo’s father, Phung Vo. Each handwritten text arrives in an envelope mailed by the artist’s father directly to the buyer.

Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.
Ο Θεός μαύρο, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble sarcophagus fragment from Rome, end of second century AD; The Virgin of the Annunciation carved from poplar wood with traces of polychrome, Italy, School of Nino Pisano, c. 1350. Silk on the walls dyed to RAL 3020 with reactive chemicals, cochineal (Dactylopius coccus) fixed with alum and unknown mordant.

Do you know what she did, your cunting daughter? 2015
Chestnut wood and polychrome Christ figure in Flemish style, produced in Portugal c. fifteenth- sixteenth century; Burmese teak; glass; engraving by Phung Vo. 253 × 360 × 12 cm. 223.5 × 450 × 12 cm.

Text excerpted from lines delivered by the demon in The Exorcist (1973).

 

Untitled, 2015
Wax tree privet (Ligustrum lucidum), oak (Quercus lepidobalanus). Wood sourced in Mexico City.
Lick Me Lick Me, 2015
White crystalline Greek-marble torso of Apollo, Roman workshop, c. first–second century AD; wood; nails. 21 × 32.1 × 48.5 cm.

 

Press photos from previous shows:

 

Danh Vo Tombstone for Phung Vo 1

Danh Vo, Tombstone for Phung Vo, 2010. Installation view: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2011. Photo: Gene Pittman.

Danh Vo Tombstone for Phung Vo 2

Danh Vo, Tombstone for Phung Vo, 2010. Installation view: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2011. Photo: Gene Pittman.

Danh Vo Villa Medici 1

Installation view: Danh Vo, Chung ga opla! Villa Medici, Rome, 2013. Photo: Roberto Apa.

Danh Vo Villa Medici 2

Installation view: Danh Vo, Chung ga opla! Villa Medici, Rome, 2013. Photo: Roberto Apa.

Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court



Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court

Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court

Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court

Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court

Danh Vo XiuXiu Kitchen NYC 1 – 6

Installation view: Danh Vo and XiuXiu, Metal, The Kitchen, New York City, September 27 – Oct 18, 2014. Photo: Paula Court

Danh Vo Kunsthalle Basel

Danh Vo, 08:03, 28.05, 2009. Installation view: Where the Lions Are, Kunsthalle Basel, June 11 – Aug 23, 2009. Photo: Serge Hasenböhler.

Danh Vo Hotel Majestic

Danh Vo, Hotel Majestic Ballroom, Avénue Kléber, Paris. May 26, 2009. Photo:  Sandra Terdjman.

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