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Dope! Gallery

2 colors silkscreen on BFK rives 300g paper.
Size : 68 X 88 cm
Print run : 150 signed and numbered copies
This print is a continuation of the drawings Variations which Invader created for the exhibition "Hello my game is" at the Musée en Herbe.

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Hand-signed by artist, Artwork numbered, signed and dated ("17" for 2017) by the artist.
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Invader
French, b. 1969

“Going into a city with tiles and cement and invading it,” says anonymous French street artist Invader of his craft. “This is the most addictive game I have ever played.” Invader began his signature practice in the late 1990s, plastering mosaic Space Invaders, a character from a 1978 Atari game, on the streets of Paris. Joined by Pac-Man ghosts and other popular 8-bit characters, the works soon became a familiar sight in cities around the world, from Los Angeles to Kathmandu. “Each time I put a new piece in the street, it is like a memorable exhibit,” he says. Invader’s signature use of mosaic tiles is a reference to the ubiquitous pixels of digital imaging and information.

Selected exhibitions
2021
Invader 1UPTaglialatella Galleries
2020
PROBABLY FROM SPACEKOLLY GALLERY
2015
Wipe OutHong Kong Contemporary Art
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Invader
French, b. 1969

REPETITION VARIATION EVOLUTION, 2017

Print
26 4/5 × 34 3/5 in
68 × 88 cm
Edition of 150
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DG
Dope! Gallery

2 colors silkscreen on BFK rives 300g paper.
Size : 68 X 88 cm
Print run : 150 signed and numbered …

Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Artwork numbered, signed and dated ("17" for 2017) by the artist.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Invader
French, b. 1969

“Going into a city with tiles and cement and invading it,” says anonymous French street artist Invader of his craft. “This is the most addictive game I have ever played.” Invader began his signature practice in the late 1990s, plastering mosaic Space Invaders, a character from a 1978 Atari game, on the streets of Paris. Joined by Pac-Man ghosts and other popular 8-bit characters, the works soon became a familiar sight in cities around the world, from Los Angeles to Kathmandu. “Each time I put a new piece in the street, it is like a memorable exhibit,” he says. Invader’s signature use of mosaic tiles is a reference to the ubiquitous pixels of digital imaging and information.

Selected exhibitions (3)
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