(Tanjung Putting, Borneo. 1971), 2007
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
107.5 x 110 inches
273.1 x 279.4 cm
(Norman, Oklahoma. 1964 – 1977. Baboon Island, The Gambia, Africa. 1977 – 1987.), 2007
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
108 x 220 inches
274.3 x 558.8 cm
(Lititz, Pennsylvania. Sunday, November 13, 2005. 11:22 am), 2006-2007
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
125 x 220 inches
317.5 x 558.8 cm
(Tampa, Florida. January 28, 2005.), 2007
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
109 x 110 inches
276.9 x 279.4 cm
GROUP 10.1
CANDY. CRY., 2007
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
89.5 x 110 inches
227.3 x 279.4 cm
Anointed: Beeville, Texas, 2007
Graphite and ballpoint pen watercolor on paper
35 x 55 inches
88.9 x 139.7 cm
Opa Locka, Florida, 2007
Graphite, Ballpoint and Plaka on paper
49.5 x 33.5 inches
125.7 x 85.1 cm
Harrison, Ohio, 2007
Graphite, ballpoint pen, and watercolor on paper
60 x 41 inches
152.4 x 104.1 cm
(Absorption) No. 1, 2008
Ballpoint pen and graphite on paper
50 x 38 inches
127 x 96.5 cm
Marlene McCarty

Marlene McCarty has worked across various media since the 1980s. She was a member of the AIDS activist collective Gran Fury and was the co-founder of the trans-disciplinary design studio Bureau along with Donald Moffett. Using everyday materials such as graphite, ballpoint pen, and highlighter, McCarty probes issues ranging from sexual and social formation to parricide and infanticide. A major survey exhibition of her work, Hard-Keepers, was presented at the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin in 2013. Her work is in the collection of major institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Brooklyn Museum; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. McCarty lives and works in New York having studied at the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture and Art 1975-77 and Schule für Gestaltung, Basel Switzerland from 1978-83. 

Anohni, Jorge Queiroz, Kara Walker, Marc Handelman, Marlene McCarty
Works on Paper
September 2 - October 4, 2014