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Gabriel Kuri, ‘Untitled’, 2010, ICA London
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Gabriel Kuri

Untitled, 2010

Offset lithograph on 100 gsm paper
19 7/10 × 14 2/5 in
50 × 36.5 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
£320
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Shipping: £25 domestic, £60 rest of world
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Gabriel Kuri is known for using ubiquitous found materials such as receipts, soda cans, plastic …

Gabriel Kuri is known for using ubiquitous found materials such as receipts, soda cans, plastic bags and newspapers to highlight contemporary consumer culture and the circulation of information and commodities. Calling himself ‘a selector’, Kuri produces works that are both inspired by and made out of a vast …

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Gabriel Kuri
Mexican, b. 1970
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Calling himself “a selector,” mixed-media artist Gabriel Kuri produces sculptures, installations, collages, and other works that are both inspired by and made out of a vast assortment of found and repurposed materials. For his projects, he has utilized cigarette butts, insulation foam, slabs of marble, stones, and a dumpster, to name only a small sampling of the natural, industrial, and consumer items with which he has worked. “Part of my work has to do with organizing material that can feel very heterogeneous, that came from different worlds and different sources,” he has explained. He is interested in exploring the life, function, and physical properties of the materials he uses, as well as their social, political, and economic resonances. Balance—both formal and physical—is important to Kuri, whose works appear simultaneously humorous, precarious, beautiful, and awkward.

Gabriel Kuri, ‘Untitled’, 2010, ICA London
Gabriel Kuri, ‘Untitled’, 2010, ICA London
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About the work
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Gabriel Kuri is known for using ubiquitous found materials such as receipts, soda cans, plastic …

Gabriel Kuri is known for using ubiquitous found materials such as receipts, soda cans, plastic bags and newspapers to highlight contemporary consumer culture and the circulation of information and commodities. Calling himself ‘a selector’, Kuri produces works that are both inspired by and made out of a vast …

Medium
Print
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Gabriel Kuri
Mexican, b. 1970
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Calling himself “a selector,” mixed-media artist Gabriel Kuri produces sculptures, installations, collages, and other works that are both inspired by and made out of a vast assortment of found and repurposed materials. For his projects, he has utilized cigarette butts, insulation foam, slabs of marble, stones, and a dumpster, to name only a small sampling of the natural, industrial, and consumer items with which he has worked. “Part of my work has to do with organizing material that can feel very heterogeneous, that came from different worlds and different sources,” he has explained. He is interested in exploring the life, function, and physical properties of the materials he uses, as well as their social, political, and economic resonances. Balance—both formal and physical—is important to Kuri, whose works appear simultaneously humorous, precarious, beautiful, and awkward.

Gabriel Kuri

Untitled, 2010

Offset lithograph on 100 gsm paper
19 7/10 × 14 2/5 in
50 × 36.5 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
£320
Ships from London, GB
Shipping: £25 domestic, £60 rest of world
VAT included in price
Location
London
Locked
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