b'LOT #10LOT #9 JAMES WELLINGFRED TOMASELLI 8067, 2008inkjet print, ed. 2/5Dec. 22, 2015, 2016 33/ 16x 50 / 2in.11 1collage and gouache on watercolor paper Courtesy of the artist, Marian Goodman Gallery, NY and Regen Projects, LA11 x 14 in. $20,000$30,000Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan$25,000$30,000 For forty years, James Wellings arresting and sumptuous photographs have challenged the very tenets of the medium while considering issues of representation and memory. In the series Glass Fred Tomaselli is renowned for intricately patterned collages that incorporate highly unconventionalHouse, Welling emphasizes the revolutionary transparency of the modernist structure to disorient-materials such as prescription pills and hallucinogenic plants. Drawing from diverse aesthetic tradi- ing affect. Using color filters held in front of the camera, Welling transforms the already dynamic tions, Tomasellis work explores possibilities for expanding human consciousness and perception.relationship between the architecture and the surrounding landscape into an otherworldly vista. One of the artists most recognizable bodies of work features the front page of The New York Times,With an apparent double exposure, a group of trees against a clouded sky appear as an exagger-transformed through his patterning in vividly colored gouache. Tomasellis mesmerizing forms thusated, if impossible, reflection from the glass walls. Following his twenty-year tenure at the University engage in a surreal and psychedelic dialogue with a never ending cycle of news. Tomasellis work isof California, Los Angeles, Welling has taught at Princeton University since 2012. The artists work held in MCASDS collection in addition to the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museumis held in important collections around the world, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; of American Art, New York; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. In 2013, TomaselliMuseum of Contemporary Art Chicago; and the Centre George Pompidou, Paris. In 2014, he received 14 produced a large-scale public project through the Murals of La Jolla. 15 the International Center of Photographys (ICP) Infinity Award for Art.'