With an essay by Paul Chan
Greene Naftali, New York
Rachel Harrison’s work across media undermines sculpture’s assumptions of permanence. To realize The Classics, a recent series of works on paper, Harrison made line drawings of ancient Greek sculptures in pink Sharpie. She then photographed the pages of her sketchbook and enlarged the photographs, treating the prints as a base on which she could continue to draw. This catalog reproduces the series—begun in 2017—with an accompanying essay by Paul Chan titled “On Rachel Harrison, or What is Non-Salvific Art.