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Alex Hubbard

Untitled, 2010

Acrylic, enamel paint, plastic mesh, resin and fibreglass on canvas, diptych
24 3/10 × 16 7/10 in
61.7 × 42.5 cm
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Alex Hubbard
American, b. 1975
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Alex Hubbard records himself assembling, manipulating, and destroying everyday objects, tightly …

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Alex Hubbard records himself assembling, manipulating, and destroying everyday objects, tightly framed and shot from above to form a painterly image. In his 2007 series "The Collapse of the Expanded Field," he arranges, smashes, spray-paints, and clears away a vase of flowers. Referencing Roman Signer and

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Alex Hubbard
American, b. 1975
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Alex Hubbard records himself assembling, manipulating, and destroying everyday objects, tightly …

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Alex Hubbard records himself assembling, manipulating, and destroying everyday objects, tightly framed and shot from above to form a painterly image. In his 2007 series "The Collapse of the Expanded Field," he arranges, smashes, spray-paints, and clears away a vase of flowers. Referencing Roman Signer and

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Alex Hubbard

Untitled, 2010

Acrylic, enamel paint, plastic mesh, resin and fibreglass on canvas, diptych
24 3/10 × 16 7/10 in
61.7 × 42.5 cm
Bidding closed
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