Albert OehlenLet me kill my devil baby, 2000

£1,110

Signed and numbered by Albert Oehlen

Photogravure

30 x 22 inches

Edition of 26 + 4 APs

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Albert Oehlen, Let me kill my devil baby, 2000

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Signed and numbered by Albert Oehlen

Edition of 26 + 4 APs

Photogravure

30 x 22 inches

Print

The artwork is numbered and signed by Albert Oehlen. The print is an editioned photogravure, made and published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions.

Framing

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Artwork In Detail

Collaboration with BORCH editions.

 

Albert Oehlen has been a key figure in contemporary art since the 1980s. Exploring both abstraction and figuration, he works in an eclectic variety of techniques, from painting and collage to printmaking. Characterized by rejection of what is considered to be beautiful or visually appealing, his work displays an air of deliberate amateurism.

 

Albert Oehlen, Let me kill my devil baby, 2000

Albert Oehlen

Let me kill my devil baby, 2000

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Albert Oehlen, Let me kill my devil baby, 2000

Albert Oehlen

B. 1954

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The Artist

Straddling various debates surrounding the nature of painting, Albert Oehlen’s work deconstructs the medium to its constituent elements; color, gesture, motion, and time, and evolves out of constraints he applied to his artistic process. Through expressionist brushwork, surrealist methodology, and self-conscious amateurism Oehlen engages with the history of abstract painting, pushing the basic components of abstraction to new extremes.

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