Jonathan Monk, ‘CAN YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE PAID FOR THAT SHIT’, 1996, Galleria Pack
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Jonathan Monk

CAN YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE PAID FOR THAT SHIT, 1996

Pencil, watercolor and adhesive on paper
8 1/10 × 11 2/5 in
20.5 × 29 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Milan
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Jonathan Monk
British, b. 1969
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Jonathan Monk playfully skewers seminal works and ideas from modern, Conceptual, and Minimalist art …

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Jonathan Monk playfully skewers seminal works and ideas from modern, Conceptual, and Minimalist art predecessors like Mark Rothko, Bruce Nauman, and Sol LeWitt. In Deflated Sculpture (2009), he remade Jeff Koons's 1986 Rabbit as a series of five stainless steel sculptures in progressive states of deflation, …

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Jonathan Monk, ‘CAN YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE PAID FOR THAT SHIT’, 1996, Galleria Pack
Jonathan Monk, ‘CAN YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE PAID FOR THAT SHIT’, 1996, Galleria Pack
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About the work
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Jonathan Monk
British, b. 1969
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Jonathan Monk playfully skewers seminal works and ideas from modern, Conceptual, and Minimalist art …

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Jonathan Monk playfully skewers seminal works and ideas from modern, Conceptual, and Minimalist art predecessors like Mark Rothko, Bruce Nauman, and Sol LeWitt. In Deflated Sculpture (2009), he remade Jeff Koons's 1986 Rabbit as a series of five stainless steel sculptures in progressive states of deflation, …

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Jonathan Monk

CAN YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE PAID FOR THAT SHIT, 1996

Pencil, watercolor and adhesive on paper
8 1/10 × 11 2/5 in
20.5 × 29 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
Milan
Have a question? Read our FAQ.