TAISHA  BREHAUT

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Copper Line," (angle A), hand bent copper wire, 10 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches, ed. 1/1, 2013. Photo: Taisha Brehaut © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Copper Line," (angle B), hand bent copper wire, 10 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches, ed. 1/1, 2013 © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 
Taisha Brehaut, "Copper Line," hand bent copper wire, ed. 1/1, 12 x 10 x 9 inches, 2013 - 2015. Photograph: Alessandro Gerini. Last seen at Viridian Artists, Chelsea, NYC. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.
 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Flag Formation," balsa wood, grey paint, electric light, 5 x 5 x 5 inches, 1999. Photograph: Nizam Kizilsencer  © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

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Taisha Brehaut, "Picket Fence," section detail, wood, paint & fixtures, 6 feet x 50 feet long, bisected Wakefield Park, Auckland, New Zealand, 1996. Private Collection, Auckland, New Zealand © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Picket Fence," detail, wood, paint & fixtures, 6 feet x 50 feet long, bisected Wakefield Park, Auckland, New Zealand, 1996. Private Collection, Auckland, New Zealand © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Picket Fence," wood, paint & fixtures, 6 feet x 50 feet long, bisected Wakefield Park, Auckland, New Zealand, 1996. Private Collection, New Zealand © 2017 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Didactic Departure," bronze, ebanol patina, dimensions variable, 1995. Private Collection, Auckland, New Zealand

 © 2017 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Didactic Departure," bronze, ebanol patina, dimensions variable, 1995. Private Collection, Auckland, New Zealand © 2017 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Didactic Departure," re-arranged, bronze, ebanol patina, dimensions variable, 1995. Private Collection, Auckland, New Zealand

© 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York. SOLD

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Linear Formation of a Cube,"  (above, whole, below, one unit), 9 (6 x 6) feet, wood, red paint and fixtures, 1996.

 
Permission granted by Ngati Whatua Iwi, the Maori tribe and also by the property developer, Magellan Corporation, negotiated by the artist to occupy Strand, Parnell site for two months, then dismantle the sculpture, a drive-by work, overlooking the Manukau Harbour. "Linear Formation of
a Cube," - with red stripe, 1996. Courtesy of Ngati Whatua Iwi, Magellan Corporation, James Drummond Hutchison, civil engineer, John R. Porter, architect and Greer Twiss, sculptor  © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

 

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Sam Ge Jua Gia," 3 Picture Frames, gold & black enamel paint, dimensions variable (at least 9 x 5 feet), 1997. "Oriental Room," Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand. Installed in existing architectural cornices. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut
 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Sam Ge Jua Gia," 3 Picture Frames, detail, gold & black enamel paint, dimensions variable, 1997. "Oriental Room," Auckland War Memorial Museum. Installed in existing architectural cornices. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Chemical Laboratory," hand-cast, steel plugs, University of Auckland,  Science building. I systematically repaired, dismantled and re-arranged the room. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Sphere Formation," hand cast plaster, AP, 5 units (5 x 5) inches, 1995. Private Collection, China. Photograph: Taisha Brehaut.

© 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Disintegrating Houses," welded bronze, 9 units (4 x 4 x 4) inches, 2004. Courtesy of the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, Connecticut, curated by Donald Albrecht, Deborah Schwartz of the Museum of Modern Art and Joe Thompson, Director of MASS MoCA. Photograph: Rikki Ackell. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

 

Taisha Brehaut, "Ideal Room," room constructed within a room, with exposed, brick wall & window at rear, 1999 - 2000. Yale University, Sculpture, Hammond Hall Studio, New Haven, CT. Photo: Nizam Kizilsencer. © 2018 Taisha Brehaut / ARS, New York.

 

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