Leo Gabin, ‘The Marching Band Does It Again’, 2014, Print, Archival color inkjet on paper, Doyle
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Leo Gabin

The Marching Band Does It Again, 2014

Archival color inkjet on paper
Edition 3/50
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Doyle

Sheet 30 x 22

The full sheet, framed.

Medium
Signature
Signed, dated and numbered 3/50 in ink on Certificate of Authenticity
Publisher
Exhibition A
Leo Gabin
Belgian, Established 2000
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Artist collective Leo Gabin (consisting of Lieven Deconinck, Gaëtan Begerem, and Robin De Vooght) redefines the tradition of found-object art by harvesting and recycling digital content into new configurations. Working across video, digital media, drawing, print, painting, and sculpture, they fashion their work directly from the internet’s unending proliferation of social networking content and images of celebrities, sex, and violence, often physically incorporating printed or downloaded content into their practice. The group are perhaps best known for their satirical video montages and frenzied, calligraphic, partially collaged abstract paintings, the latter revealing the influence of street art.

Leo Gabin, ‘The Marching Band Does It Again’, 2014, Print, Archival color inkjet on paper, Doyle
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About the work
Provenance
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Doyle

Sheet 30 x 22

The full sheet, framed.

Medium
Signature
Signed, dated and numbered 3/50 in ink on Certificate of Authenticity
Publisher
Exhibition A
Leo Gabin
Belgian, Established 2000
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Artist collective Leo Gabin (consisting of Lieven Deconinck, Gaëtan Begerem, and Robin De Vooght) redefines the tradition of found-object art by harvesting and recycling digital content into new configurations. Working across video, digital media, drawing, print, painting, and sculpture, they fashion their work directly from the internet’s unending proliferation of social networking content and images of celebrities, sex, and violence, often physically incorporating printed or downloaded content into their practice. The group are perhaps best known for their satirical video montages and frenzied, calligraphic, partially collaged abstract paintings, the latter revealing the influence of street art.

Leo Gabin

The Marching Band Does It Again, 2014

Archival color inkjet on paper
Edition 3/50
.
Bidding closed
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