John M. Armleder, ‘Annonciation I and Annonciation II’, 2014, Mixed Media, Screen print on black vinyl sticker, Swiss Institute Benefit Auction
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John M. Armleder

Annonciation I and Annonciation II, 2014

Screen print on black vinyl sticker
Editions 5, 12 of 13
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Swiss Institute Benefit Auction

John Armleder’s brilliantly eclectic art practice defies categorization, playfully juggling …

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John M. Armleder
Swiss, b. 1948
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Performance artist, sculptor, and painter John M. Armleder draws from what he calls a "supermarket of forms." His art can take on attributes of Suprematist painting, Minimalist sculpture, Dada readymades, or, in the case of his wall paintings, actual wallpaper (turning Sol LeWitt’s ideology on its head while referencing Francis Picabia's dots or Surrealism's lobsters). Affiliated with Fluxus in the 1960s and ‘70s, Armleder was also associated with Neo-Geo (short for Neo-Geometric Conceptualism) in the 1980s for his furniture sculptures, conflating art and the design object. His works explore decor as the inevitable devolution of cultural expressions into background elements.

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John Armleder’s brilliantly eclectic art practice defies categorization, playfully juggling influences from various art historical movements, and borrowing from the world of design. The graphic treatment of this diptych includes a nod to the absurdity of Surrealism and to Dada collage, via the juxtaposition of …

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John M. Armleder
Swiss, b. 1948
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Performance artist, sculptor, and painter John M. Armleder draws from what he calls a "supermarket of forms." His art can take on attributes of Suprematist painting, Minimalist sculpture, Dada readymades, or, in the case of his wall paintings, actual wallpaper (turning Sol LeWitt’s ideology on its head while referencing Francis Picabia's dots or Surrealism's lobsters). Affiliated with Fluxus in the 1960s and ‘70s, Armleder was also associated with Neo-Geo (short for Neo-Geometric Conceptualism) in the 1980s for his furniture sculptures, conflating art and the design object. His works explore decor as the inevitable devolution of cultural expressions into background elements.

John M. Armleder

Annonciation I and Annonciation II, 2014

Screen print on black vinyl sticker
Editions 5, 12 of 13
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Bidding closed
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