Ilya Kabakov, ‘Untitled ’, 1992, ARTEDIO
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Ilya Kabakov

Untitled , 1992

Handcoloured offset lithograph, handsigned, numbered
27 3/5 × 39 2/5 in
70 × 100 cm
Edition of 40
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Berlin
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Handcoloured offset lithograph, limited edition of 40, handsigned, numbered, very good state, …

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Ilya Kabakov
Russian, b. 1933
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Russian-born draftsman, painter, and conceptual artist Ilya Kabokov creates work that invokes a broad range of human experience, notably that associated with the artist’s own personal history in the post-Stalin Soviet Union. The forms and materials in Kabokov’s work are often symbolic, as in “The Russia Series” (1969), a group of paintings in sandy brown, a color Kabokov supposes would result from the mixing of Russia’s official state color, red, with the sort of bland gray he ascribes to the Soviet Union’s government dominance and generally uniform character. Kabokov’s larger projects are often produced collaboratively with his wife Emilia, and typically comprise of multiple stages, including what he describes as a performative final step when the project is realized, as in The Ship of Siwa (2005), in which a group of children were directed to build a ship according to ancient Egyptian specifications.

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Handcoloured offset lithograph, limited edition of 40, handsigned, numbered, very good state, artwork is offered unframed, framing on request, worldwide shipping

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• Artist: Ilya Kabakov
• Title: Untitled
• Originality: original
• Type: original print, limited edition print
• Technique: handcoloured …

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Ilya Kabakov
Russian, b. 1933
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Russian-born draftsman, painter, and conceptual artist Ilya Kabokov creates work that invokes a broad range of human experience, notably that associated with the artist’s own personal history in the post-Stalin Soviet Union. The forms and materials in Kabokov’s work are often symbolic, as in “The Russia Series” (1969), a group of paintings in sandy brown, a color Kabokov supposes would result from the mixing of Russia’s official state color, red, with the sort of bland gray he ascribes to the Soviet Union’s government dominance and generally uniform character. Kabokov’s larger projects are often produced collaboratively with his wife Emilia, and typically comprise of multiple stages, including what he describes as a performative final step when the project is realized, as in The Ship of Siwa (2005), in which a group of children were directed to build a ship according to ancient Egyptian specifications.

Ilya Kabakov

Untitled , 1992

Handcoloured offset lithograph, handsigned, numbered
27 3/5 × 39 2/5 in
70 × 100 cm
Edition of 40
.
Contact For Price
Location
Berlin
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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