Günther Uecker, ‘Nagelbuch’, 1970-1971, MLTPL
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Günther Uecker

Nagelbuch, 1970-1971

Portfolio containing 2 etchings, 2 offset prints, 1 relief print and 1 nailed linen case
14 3/5 × 14 3/5 in
37 × 37 cm
Edition of 530 (only approximately 100 produced)
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Apart from the prints, this portfolio also contains a documentation by Lothar Wolleh and texts by …

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Apart from the prints, this portfolio also contains a documentation by Lothar Wolleh and texts by Günther Uecker.

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All prints and linen case hand signed.
Günther Uecker
German, b. 1930
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Günther Uecker is best known for his undulating reliefs using hammered nails, the signature medium …

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Günther Uecker is best known for his undulating reliefs using hammered nails, the signature medium he began to explore in the late 1950s. Active while Piero Manzoni and Lucio Fontana were similarly turning to nontraditional materials and techniques, Uecker joined the avant-garde Group Zero in 1961 with Heinz Mack and

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Günther Uecker, ‘Nagelbuch’, 1970-1971, MLTPL
Günther Uecker, ‘Nagelbuch’, 1970-1971, MLTPL
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Apart from the prints, this portfolio also contains a documentation by Lothar Wolleh and texts by …

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Apart from the prints, this portfolio also contains a documentation by Lothar Wolleh and texts by Günther Uecker.

Signature
All prints and linen case hand signed.
Günther Uecker
German, b. 1930
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Günther Uecker is best known for his undulating reliefs using hammered nails, the signature medium …

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Günther Uecker is best known for his undulating reliefs using hammered nails, the signature medium he began to explore in the late 1950s. Active while Piero Manzoni and Lucio Fontana were similarly turning to nontraditional materials and techniques, Uecker joined the avant-garde Group Zero in 1961 with Heinz Mack and

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Günther Uecker

Nagelbuch, 1970-1971

Portfolio containing 2 etchings, 2 offset prints, 1 relief print and 1 nailed linen case
14 3/5 × 14 3/5 in
37 × 37 cm
Edition of 530 (only approximately 100 produced)
This is part of a limited edition set.
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