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Daniel Göttin

Untitled 20 2009 (Abstract painting), 2009

Acrylic on wood
11 7/10 × 15 2/5 × 7/10 in
29.8 × 39 × 1.8 cm
This is a unique work.
£1,100
Ships from Basel , CH
Shipping: £32 within Continental Europe, £70 rest of world
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This work is one of many similar works consisting of …

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This work is one of many similar works consisting of acrylic painted cut off wood. The rhythm of the vertical stripes are resulting from the wooden sections glued by the industry. The wooden surface is shining through the paint and the structure becomes part of the painting.

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Painting
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New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Verso
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Daniel Göttin
Swiss, b. 1959
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Favoring industrial materials such as tape, wood, metal, and plastic, Basel-based Daniel Göttin seeks to explore the subjective nature of perception and make his viewers aware of architectural and spatial nuances. Göttin’s site-specific “Wall Works” series features geometric shapes constructed with tape; the pieces are reminiscent of Op Art yet are more akin to sculpture or architecture than painting. Through this series and other wall-mounted pieces, Göttin aims to unite art with the surrounding environment. “I am interested in a work that makes the site visible through the artwork, and the site makes the artwork visible at the same time,” he has said. Minimalist sculpture and the collages of Kurt Schwitters are influences on Göttin’s work.

Daniel Göttin, ‘Untitled 20 2009 (Abstract painting)’, 2009, IdeelArt
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Daniel Göttin, ‘Untitled 20 2009 (Abstract painting)’, 2009, IdeelArt
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About the work
Provenance
IdeelArt

Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

This work is one of many similar works consisting of …

Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

This work is one of many similar works consisting of acrylic painted cut off wood. The rhythm of the vertical stripes are resulting from the wooden sections glued by the industry. The wooden surface is shining through the paint and the structure becomes part of the painting.

Medium
Painting
Condition
New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Verso
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Daniel Göttin
Swiss, b. 1959
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Favoring industrial materials such as tape, wood, metal, and plastic, Basel-based Daniel Göttin seeks to explore the subjective nature of perception and make his viewers aware of architectural and spatial nuances. Göttin’s site-specific “Wall Works” series features geometric shapes constructed with tape; the pieces are reminiscent of Op Art yet are more akin to sculpture or architecture than painting. Through this series and other wall-mounted pieces, Göttin aims to unite art with the surrounding environment. “I am interested in a work that makes the site visible through the artwork, and the site makes the artwork visible at the same time,” he has said. Minimalist sculpture and the collages of Kurt Schwitters are influences on Göttin’s work.

Daniel Göttin

Untitled 20 2009 (Abstract painting), 2009

Acrylic on wood
11 7/10 × 15 2/5 × 7/10 in
29.8 × 39 × 1.8 cm
This is a unique work.
£1,100
Ships from Basel , CH
Shipping: £32 within Continental Europe, £70 rest of world
VAT included in price
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
Secure payment
Secure transactions by credit card through Stripe.
Learn more.
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