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Bruce Nauman, ‘Malice’, 1980, Upsilon Gallery
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Bruce Nauman

Malice, 1980

Lithograph on Rives BFK paper
29 1/2 × 41 1/2 in
74.9 × 105.4 cm
Edition of 75
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New York, London
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed, dated and numbered in pencil
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Bruce Nauman
American, b. 1941
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Using an array of media including video installation, performance, sculpture, and photography, Bruce Nauman is known for conceptual works that explore space, language, and the body. Nauman infuses his pieces with irony and humor, creating verbal and visual puns to often-unsettling effect, challenging viewers and making them aware of their own physicality. Nauman’s neon works explore the semantic and metaphorical possibilities that arise from subtly rearranging a few letters, such as in Run from Fear, Fun from Rear (1972).

Bruce Nauman, ‘Malice’, 1980, Upsilon Gallery
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About the work
Medium
Print
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed, dated and numbered in pencil
Frame
Not included
Bruce Nauman
American, b. 1941
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Using an array of media including video installation, performance, sculpture, and photography, Bruce Nauman is known for conceptual works that explore space, language, and the body. Nauman infuses his pieces with irony and humor, creating verbal and visual puns to often-unsettling effect, challenging viewers and making them aware of their own physicality. Nauman’s neon works explore the semantic and metaphorical possibilities that arise from subtly rearranging a few letters, such as in Run from Fear, Fun from Rear (1972).

Bruce Nauman

Malice, 1980

Lithograph on Rives BFK paper
29 1/2 × 41 1/2 in
74.9 × 105.4 cm
Edition of 75
Sold
Location
New York, London
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