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Untitled (Alcoa Building: Harrison & Abramovitz, Pittsburgh, 1953), 2012

Photograph

Print made with archival pigments on fine art rag paper

34.00 x 26.00 in

86.4 x 66.0 cm

Edition of 10

This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

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    About The Work

    In his architectural photographs, Eberle often transforms well-known monuments of the built environment into compositions that evoke their sculptural qualities. For the exhibition Factory Direct: Pittsburgh, in which contemporary artists did residencies at Pittsburgh-based factories and created work about the experience, Eberle photographed the buildings themselves, applying the industrial and corporate architecture of the city to his signature treatment. The grid structure of the work, meanwhile, is an homage to Andy Warhol's 1970s series of "sewn portraits," in which the Pop artist echoed the seriality of his silkscreens by stitching together multiple copies of a photographic image. In this print, a grid repeating a single image of the Alcoa Building transforms the structure into an arrangement of textures and angles.

    About Todd Eberle

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    • The quoted dimensions are for the paper size. The image size is 30 x 20 inches.
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