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Albert Oehlen

Untitled, 2009

Digital print, on Archival Photo Carton paper, the full sheet, from the deluxe edition with the accompanying book Oehlen, a monograph with contributions by Roberto Ohrt, Klaus Kertess, Martin Prinzhorn and John Corbett, all contained in the original orange cloth-covered clamshell box
25 3/5 × 19 4/5 in
65.1 × 50.2 cm
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Phillips

Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Property from a Private Canadian Collection

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The print signed and dated in pencil on the front, and numbered 57/100 on a label affixed to the reverse in black ink (there were also 20 … Read more
Publisher
Taschen, New York
Albert Oehlen
German, b. 1954
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Albert Oehlen, alongside artists like Martin Kippenberger, came to prominence as part of Hamburg's prodigious art and music scene in the 1980s. In the late ‘80s, he began to challenge the expectations of conventional abstract art in works he deemed "post-non-figurative." Focusing on the process of painting, Oehlen's work is marked by constraints he sets for himself, such as using only certain colors, integrating mirrors into his canvases, working collaboratively (notably with Jonathan Meese), and employing computers to generate designs. He studied with Sigmar Polke and was also influenced by Georg Baselitz, Gerhard Richter, and Willem de Kooning.

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Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Signature
The print signed and dated in pencil on the front, and numbered 57/100 on a label affixed to the reverse in black ink (there were also 20 … Read more
Publisher
Taschen, New York
Albert Oehlen
German, b. 1954
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Albert Oehlen, alongside artists like Martin Kippenberger, came to prominence as part of Hamburg's prodigious art and music scene in the 1980s. In the late ‘80s, he began to challenge the expectations of conventional abstract art in works he deemed "post-non-figurative." Focusing on the process of painting, Oehlen's work is marked by constraints he sets for himself, such as using only certain colors, integrating mirrors into his canvases, working collaboratively (notably with Jonathan Meese), and employing computers to generate designs. He studied with Sigmar Polke and was also influenced by Georg Baselitz, Gerhard Richter, and Willem de Kooning.

Albert Oehlen

Untitled, 2009

Digital print, on Archival Photo Carton paper, the full sheet, from the deluxe edition with the accompanying book Oehlen, a monograph with contributions by Roberto Ohrt, Klaus Kertess, Martin Prinzhorn and John Corbett, all contained in the original orange cloth-covered clamshell box
25 3/5 × 19 4/5 in
65.1 × 50.2 cm
Bidding closed
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