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Untitled (lascaux 982 on background Unik 115-5 A), 2014

Painting

Tryptic; Acrylic on canvas

45.30 x 86.60 x 5.90 in

115.1 x 220.0 x 15.0 cm

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About The Work

Conceptual artist, and winner of the 2003 Duchamp Prize, Mathieu Mercier’s work explores the notion of abstract painting as a means of representation. This large-scale acrylic piece, Untitled (lascaux 982 on background Unik 115-5 A), was inspired by textiles, and the principles of parallel-stripe painting. Designed as a visual triptych, the varying thickness and skewed arrangement of each grey canvas gives the work a sculptural feel. 

About Mathieu Mercier

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