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Phillips

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framed 77 x 102 x 3 cm (30 3/8 x 40 1/8 x 1 1/8 in.)

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Signed and numbered '17' in black felt-tip pen, from the edition of 100, published by Edition Schellmann, Munich and New York, for Haus der …

“Art for all” is the credo of Gilbert & George, who met in 1967 while students at St. Martin’s in London. Transcending the modernist tenets of Conceptual, Performance, and Process art, the duo gained critical acclaim for their legendary 1970 performance The Singing Sculpture, in which they established themselves as “living sculptures.” Since, the duo have been known for their cultivated public persona—they appear in public only together, wearing distinctive suits and insisting that their lives and their art are inseparable. Gilbert & George have expanded their practice over the past decades to a variety of media—books, film, painting, postcards, photomontages—their signature style drawing on a Pop sensibility and the appropriation of mass media images. Swinging between the whimsical and the obscene (one series depicted bodily fluids and sexual acts), Gilbert & George have explored a wide breadth of subjects pertaining to race, sexuality, religion, and mortality.

Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Selected exhibitions
2021
Gilbert & George | NEW NORMAL PICTURESWhite Cube
Gilbert & George / New Normal PicturesThaddaeus Ropac
2018
FuckosophyNeues Museum
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Fingers of Fate, 2007

Chromogenic print, on photo paper flush-mounted to card (as issued), with full margins.
30 3/10 × 40 1/5 × 1 1/5 in
77 × 102 × 3 cm
Edition 17/100
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P
Phillips

Property Subject to Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Medium
Signature
Signed and numbered '17' in black felt-tip pen, from the edition of 100, published by Edition Schellmann, Munich and New York, for Haus der …

“Art for all” is the credo of Gilbert & George, who met in 1967 while students at St. Martin’s in London. Transcending the modernist tenets of Conceptual, Performance, and Process art, the duo gained critical acclaim for their legendary 1970 performance The Singing Sculpture, in which they established themselves as “living sculptures.” Since, the duo have been known for their cultivated public persona—they appear in public only together, wearing distinctive suits and insisting that their lives and their art are inseparable. Gilbert & George have expanded their practice over the past decades to a variety of media—books, film, painting, postcards, photomontages—their signature style drawing on a Pop sensibility and the appropriation of mass media images. Swinging between the whimsical and the obscene (one series depicted bodily fluids and sexual acts), Gilbert & George have explored a wide breadth of subjects pertaining to race, sexuality, religion, and mortality.

Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Selected exhibitions (3)
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