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Untitled, 2011

Print

Three-color silk screen print 300 gsm Somerset Satin White paper

19.29 x 23.23 in

49.0 x 59.0 cm

Edition of 75

Signed by the artist on recto.

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    About The Work

    In April 2011, New York-based artists Charles Atlas and Mika Tajima presented a collaborative
    project, The Pedestrians, at the South London Gallery. The Pedestrians examined the act of walking in its various social and political forms: from the march formations in processions and demonstrations to the idle strolling flâneur to the choreography of everyday movement in dance. The project traced the politics of this basic bodily movement in its different manifestations and strategies as it negotiates the changing landscape of modernity.

    Courtesy of the South London Gallery.

    About Charles Atlas and Mika Tajima

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