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Space Monkey (Orange), 2002

Screenprint in colors on wove paper
24 × 18 in
61 × 45.7 cm
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Condition Report: Moderate spots of surface soil to the image; very mild creases to the …

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Condition Report: Moderate spots of surface soil to the image; very mild creases to the corners. Sheet is loose. Unframed.

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Signed, dated, and annotated in pencil along lower edge
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James Marshall (Dalek)
American, b. 1968
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Merging animation, Japanese pop art, and an urban aesthetic, James Marshall is best known for his Space Monkey character—a strange, vaguely humanoid mouse that he would depict in an array of bright colors and twisted circumstances, often wielding a butcher’s cleaver. Working under the name Dalek, Marshall expressed his ideas through the Space Monkey character until 2007, when he began working in a purely abstract style. He has always been engaged in skateboard and graffiti subcultures, and Marshall cites his two-year assistantship in the studio of controversial Japanese artist Takashi Murakami as a formative experience.

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About the work
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A.P.

Condition Report: Moderate spots of surface soil to the image; very mild creases to the …

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A.P.

Condition Report: Moderate spots of surface soil to the image; very mild creases to the corners. Sheet is loose. Unframed.

Medium
Print
Signature
Signed, dated, and annotated in pencil along lower edge
Image rights
Courtesy of Heritage Auctions
James Marshall (Dalek)
American, b. 1968
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Merging animation, Japanese pop art, and an urban aesthetic, James Marshall is best known for his Space Monkey character—a strange, vaguely humanoid mouse that he would depict in an array of bright colors and twisted circumstances, often wielding a butcher’s cleaver. Working under the name Dalek, Marshall expressed his ideas through the Space Monkey character until 2007, when he began working in a purely abstract style. He has always been engaged in skateboard and graffiti subcultures, and Marshall cites his two-year assistantship in the studio of controversial Japanese artist Takashi Murakami as a formative experience.

Space Monkey (Orange), 2002

Screenprint in colors on wove paper
24 × 18 in
61 × 45.7 cm
Bidding closed
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