Allen Ruppersberg, ‘Untitled (Some Men Still Believe...)’, 1878, Print, Lithograph printed in black from an aluminum plate on Rives Offset paper, Brooke Alexander, Inc.
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Allen Ruppersberg

Untitled (Some Men Still Believe...), 1878

Lithograph printed in black from an aluminum plate on Rives Offset paper
21 1/2 × 29 1/4 in
54.6 × 74.3 cm
Edition of 46
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$2,000
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Brooke Alexander, Inc.
New York

Conceptual artist Allen Ruppersberg is known for his philosophical approach to art. He explores …

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Hand-signed by artist, Numbered and signed in pencil by the artist
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Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York
Allen Ruppersberg
American, b. 1944
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Since the 1960s, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, installations, and books have been among the media through which Allen Ruppersberg explores the intersection of art, literature, and life. Like those of Allan Kaprow, Ruppersberg’s projects are participatory, anticipating the ideas of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Carsten Höller, and other 1990s practitioners of Relational Aesthetics. Ruppersberg's installation The Never Ending Book Part 2/Art and Therefore Ourselves (2009) was a selection of thousands of photocopied pages from the artist’s collection of books, which he installed in a theatrical environment of props and posters; the pages were stacked in boxes and free for viewers to take home and create their own unique “books”.

Allen Ruppersberg, ‘Untitled (Some Men Still Believe...)’, 1878, Print, Lithograph printed in black from an aluminum plate on Rives Offset paper, Brooke Alexander, Inc.
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About the work
Brooke Alexander, Inc.
New York

Conceptual artist Allen Ruppersberg is known for his philosophical approach to art. He explores language as a means of expression. Working in a variety of media, including painting, photography, printmaking, books and installation, Ruppersberg draws inspiration from mass media and consumerism. He critically …

Medium
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Numbered and signed in pencil by the artist
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York
Allen Ruppersberg
American, b. 1944
Follow

Since the 1960s, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, installations, and books have been among the media through which Allen Ruppersberg explores the intersection of art, literature, and life. Like those of Allan Kaprow, Ruppersberg’s projects are participatory, anticipating the ideas of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Carsten Höller, and other 1990s practitioners of Relational Aesthetics. Ruppersberg's installation The Never Ending Book Part 2/Art and Therefore Ourselves (2009) was a selection of thousands of photocopied pages from the artist’s collection of books, which he installed in a theatrical environment of props and posters; the pages were stacked in boxes and free for viewers to take home and create their own unique “books”.

Allen Ruppersberg

Untitled (Some Men Still Believe...), 1878

Lithograph printed in black from an aluminum plate on Rives Offset paper
21 1/2 × 29 1/4 in
54.6 × 74.3 cm
Edition of 46
.
$2,000
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $55 domestic, $95 rest of world
Location
New York
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