Collection

John Goodyear, Two-sided Movement, 1965

Images of John Goodyear, Two-sided Movement

  • A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a white line, and the center ten cutouts also feature twenty smaller red rectangles.
  • A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each the ten center cutouts are twenty small red squares. The overall impression is a square of two hundred red squares within the rectangle.
  • A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a small white line. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall serpentine pattern on the left of the piece.
  • A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts are two small white lines. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall double helix pattern.
  • A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a small white line. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall serpentine pattern.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a white line, and the center ten cutouts also feature twenty smaller red rectangles.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each the ten center cutouts are twenty small red squares. The overall impression is a square of two hundred red squares within the rectangle.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a small white line. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall serpentine pattern on the left of the piece.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts are two small white lines. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall double helix pattern.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A black artwork appears to be made of a sheet of paper with nineteen identical  horizontal rectangle cutouts. Within each of these cutouts is a small white line. The white lines appear in different parts of the cutouts to create an overall serpentine pattern.
John Goodyear, American, b. 1930
Two-sided Movement, 1965
Screenprint on vinyl with vinyl grid overlay
17 × 21 15/16 in. (43.2 × 55.7 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Edward Weiss, 1981.52.1

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago