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Ballpoint pen and crayon on paper

22.5 x 28 inches framed

Courtesy of the artist

Starting bid: $3,000

Estimated value: $5,000-$7,500

Emilie Gossiaux's joyful, autobiographical works like this new drawing, Whitecane Maypole Dance with Doggirls, invite us into an intimate, delightful world created from the artist’s cherished memories, dreams, and experiences. Like so many of her works, this captivating drawing celebrates the artist’s profound bond with her retired Guide Dog, London, who was Gossiaux’s companion for years after she lost her vision in 2010. Sculptures based on London were included in moCa’s acclaimed, fall 2023 exhibition Don't mind if I do, and Gossiaux also focused on London in her recent fellowship and acclaimed solo exhibition Other-Worlding at the Queens Museum that will soon travel to Kunsthall Trondheim.

Emilie Gossiaux

Whitecane Maypole Dance With Doggirls, 2024


Emilie Gossiaux

New York City based artist, Emilie L. Gossiaux has had solo shows at the Queens Museum, False Flag Gallery, and Mother Gallery. Gossiaux’s work has been included in multiple group exhibitions, including MoCa Cleveland; The John Michael Kohler Art Center; MoMA PS 1; The Shed; and SculptureCenter, among others. She earned her BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art in 2014, and her MFA from Yale School of Art in 2019.

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