Glenn Brown, ‘There is no place for us (from Joy Divisions de luxe)’, 2017, Lougher Contemporary Gallery Auction
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Glenn Brown

There is no place for us (from Joy Divisions de luxe), 2017

Two colour screenprint on polyester film 89 micron over black card
16 1/10 × 11 7/10 in
41 × 29.7 cm
Edition of 30
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Lougher Contemporary Gallery Auction

Enitharmon Editions

This is a rare example from the de luxe edition, consisting of thirty signed …

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Signed and numbered, recto
Glenn Brown
British, b. 1966
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Painter and sculptor Glenn Brown is best known for borrowing images from artists like Salvador Dalí, Frank Auerbach, and Rembrandt, as well as by the largely unknown graphic artists of mass-market science fiction paperbacks, and creating wild embellishments and transforming the familiar into the alien. Set against monochromatic backgrounds, his figures are often grotesquely enlarged and elongated. Represented in the 1997 exhibition “Sensation”, Brown is commonly associated with the Young British Artists (YBA) such as Gary Hume, Chris Ofili, and Peter Doig.

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Enitharmon Editions

This is a rare example from the de luxe edition, consisting of thirty signed copies numbered 1-30 (there are also ten signed hors commerce copies numbered HC 1/X to X/ X). With each from the edition, there is a signed original screenprint by Glenn Brown, in two colours, measuring 410 x 297mm and …

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Signed and numbered, recto
Glenn Brown
British, b. 1966
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Painter and sculptor Glenn Brown is best known for borrowing images from artists like Salvador Dalí, Frank Auerbach, and Rembrandt, as well as by the largely unknown graphic artists of mass-market science fiction paperbacks, and creating wild embellishments and transforming the familiar into the alien. Set against monochromatic backgrounds, his figures are often grotesquely enlarged and elongated. Represented in the 1997 exhibition “Sensation”, Brown is commonly associated with the Young British Artists (YBA) such as Gary Hume, Chris Ofili, and Peter Doig.

Glenn Brown

There is no place for us (from Joy Divisions de luxe), 2017

Two colour screenprint on polyester film 89 micron over black card
16 1/10 × 11 7/10 in
41 × 29.7 cm
Edition of 30
Bidding closed
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