David Ireland

David Ireland<br /><em>Untitled (red wire)</em>  c. 2000<br />concrete, wire, and paint<br />9 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 5 1/2"<br />DI 3
David Ireland<br /><em>Untitled</em>  c. 1985-90<br />concrete, tin can, spoon<br />8 1/4" x 2 3/4" x 2 3/4"<br />DI 4
David Ireland<br /><em>Untitled (Concrete Sundae in Glass Dish)</em>  date unknown<br />concrete, dish, spoon<br />9" x 6" x 4"<br />DI 7
David Ireland<br /><em>Untitled (Concrete Sundae in Metal Dish)</em>  c. 1985-90<br />concrete, dish, spoon<br />8" x 5 1/2" x 4"<br />DI 8
David Ireland<br /><em>Fix 2</em>  c. 2000<br />Fixall and pigment<br />2 3/4" x 6 1/2" x 5"<br />DI 9
David Ireland<br /><em>Untitled (v. 2)</em>  1972<br />print<br />30" x 22"<br />DI 2

David Ireland (1930-2009) is one of the West Coast's most important conceptual and installation artists. “500 Capp Street”, his famous house and studio has become a world-recognized example of an artist transforming architecture into fine art. In 2003 the Oakland Museum presented a touring retrospective exhibition of his work featuring about 80 works created between 1972 and 2002: large-scale installations, sculptural objects and his paintings, drawings and painted photographs.