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Silkscreen on paper, in acrylic and saffron

 

With the use of saffron, fading over time is expected and is the intention of the artist.

15.75 x 15.75 in

40.0 x 40.0 cm

Edition of 60

Signed by the artist

PRICE: $229
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    About The Work

    Bove's silkscreen print is based on a string drawing, and is printed using saffron. The artist feels that string drawings offer an interesting parallel with instruction-based conceptual artworks of the 1960s-even though they come from a very different, and craft-based, tradition. Carol Bove is based in New York.

    Courtesy of ICA London

    About Carol Bove

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