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Jonathan Monk

One in Fifty in One (Office Building), 2005

Photographic print
15 9/10 × 12 in
40.5 × 30.5 cm
Edition 1/50
This is part of a limited edition set.
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ICA London Benefit Auction

Print in perfect condition. British artist Jonathan Monk replays, recasts and re-examines seminal …

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Print in perfect condition. British artist Jonathan Monk replays, recasts and re-examines seminal works of Conceptual and Minimal art by variously witty, ingenious and irreverent means. Speaking in 2009, he said, ‘Appropriation is something I have used or worked with in my art since starting art school in 1987. At …

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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 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, quoting Koons's original source (an inflatable toy bunny). In the “Rew-Shay Hood Project” (2008-2011), Monk commissioned a hot-rod painter to airbrush photographs from Ed Ruscha's 1967 Twentysix Gasoline Stations on to the hoods of classic muscle cars.

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Print in perfect condition. British artist Jonathan Monk replays, recasts and re-examines seminal …

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Print in perfect condition. British artist Jonathan Monk replays, recasts and re-examines seminal works of Conceptual and Minimal art by variously witty, ingenious and irreverent means. Speaking in 2009, he said, ‘Appropriation is something I have used or worked with in my art since starting art school in 1987. At …

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Signature
Signed and numbered verso
Publisher
ICA
Image rights
ICA
Jonathan Monk
British, b. 1969
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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, quoting Koons's original source (an inflatable toy bunny). In the “Rew-Shay Hood Project” (2008-2011), Monk commissioned a hot-rod painter to airbrush photographs from Ed Ruscha's 1967 Twentysix Gasoline Stations on to the hoods of classic muscle cars.

Jonathan Monk

One in Fifty in One (Office Building), 2005

Photographic print
15 9/10 × 12 in
40.5 × 30.5 cm
Edition 1/50
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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