Vahakn Arslanian

Mr. Big Ben

Vito Schnabel

MAR 10 - APR 10, 2010

ARSV_0024

Firing Up 

2009 

Graphite on burned paper 

40.25 x 34.75 inches 

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Burned End 

2009 

Graphite on burned paper 

40.5 x 34.75 inches 

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Flaming Up I 

2009 

Graphite on burned paper 

40.25 x 34.75 inches 

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Short End 

2009 

Graphite on burned paper 

40.25 x 35.75 inches 

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Torch Up 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, antique glass

64.75 x 61.36

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Untitled 

2009 

Graphite on burned paper 

65 x 60.75 inches 

ARSV_0059

Burning Up 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden frame, antique glass 

40.25 x 34.75 inches 

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Fourth Fire

2010

Graphite on burned paper

65.37 x 61.12 inches

ARSV_0061

Explode Up 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden frame, antique glass 

40.12 x 34.78 inches

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Idea Candles 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, soldered copper foil on antique glass 

84 x 47.25 inches 

ARSV_0063

Ghost Flame Up Bird Candle 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, antique glass 

35.4 x 29.7 inches

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Fire Candles 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, soldered copper foil on antique glass 

35 x 31 inches 

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Again and Again 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, soldered copper foil on antique glass 

60 x 47.75 inches 

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Flaming Up II 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, soldered copper foil on antique glass 

32 x 31 inches 

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Dumb Candle 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden frame, antique glass

18.25 x 30.75 inches

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Little Left 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden window frame, antique glass 

18.5 x 31 inches 

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Untitled 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden frame, antique glass 

66.75 x 61.25 inches 

ARSV_0070

Untitled 

2009 

Pencil on paper, wooden frame, antique glass 

66.75 x 61.25 inches

Press Release

20 Hoxton Square Projects
20 Hoxton Square
N1 6NT ‚ÄčLondon, UK
 
20 Hoxton Square Projects & Vito Schnabel are pleased to present Mr. Big Ben a show of new work by Vahakn Arslanian. On display will be the delicately rendered mixed-media pieces that comprise Arslanian’s unique vision. Almost entirely self-trained, Arslanian’s work has developed a following of dedicated supporters intrigued by his enigmatic approach to the production of art.
 
The exhibition will be open March 10 - April 10, Tuesday through Friday from 11am-6pm.