Save
Save
share
Share
Save
Save
share
Share

Ken Lum

Alex Gonzalez Loves his Mother and Father, 1989

Chromogenic print on sintra, mounted on acrylic sheet with screen printed ink text
46 × 80 × 2 1/6 in
116.8 × 203.2 × 5.5 cm
On loan
Want to sell a work by this artist? Learn more.
About the work
Image rights
Courtesy the artist. Photo by Witte de with Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.
Ken Lum
Canadian, b. 1956
Follow

Well known for his series of works that mimic strip-mall signage, bearing generic business names …

Read more

Well known for his series of works that mimic strip-mall signage, bearing generic business names such as Beijing Wok or Ebony Eyes Beauty Salon, Ken Lum explores how identities are subsumed into larger political or cultural structures, in a genre-spanning practice. His signs reveal Lum’s longstanding engagement with …

Read more
Save
Save
share
Share
Save
Save
share
Share
About the work
Image rights
Courtesy the artist. Photo by Witte de with Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.
Ken Lum
Canadian, b. 1956
Follow

Well known for his series of works that mimic strip-mall signage, bearing generic business names …

Read more

Well known for his series of works that mimic strip-mall signage, bearing generic business names such as Beijing Wok or Ebony Eyes Beauty Salon, Ken Lum explores how identities are subsumed into larger political or cultural structures, in a genre-spanning practice. His signs reveal Lum’s longstanding engagement with …

Read more

Ken Lum

Alex Gonzalez Loves his Mother and Father, 1989

Chromogenic print on sintra, mounted on acrylic sheet with screen printed ink text
46 × 80 × 2 1/6 in
116.8 × 203.2 × 5.5 cm
On loan
Want to sell a work by this artist? Learn more.
Other works from Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s
Other works by Ken Lum
Related works
Most Similar