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This work is the first stone lithography ever made by Mircea Cantor. Printed by Cristian Opris master printmaker at The Source Workshop.

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Hand-signed by artist, front right corner
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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Best known for his evocative, metaphorical videos and mixed-media installations, Mircea Cantor makes work reflective of a broad worldview that is at once optimistic and trenchantly critical. In his works, he examines competing ideologies, war, displacement, the self and the other, and multivalence. Keenly aware of the multitude of meanings that a word or an object can contain, he deliberately mixes materials and uses language playfully, producing poignant, challenging works that defy neat categorization. He also refuses to be neatly defined, as he explains: “We know who we are, so why not go deeper? Let’s stand for something other than our nationality. [. . .] [My] objects speak of the great openness in which we can live today, beyond national categories.” Cantor won the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2011.

Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by a major museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions
2016
5775 (Part II) by Mircea CantorDvir Gallery
2015
Mircea Cantor - 5775 (Part I)Dvir Gallery
2014
Ti do la mia giovinezzaMagazzino
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Aquila Non Capit Muscas, 2020

Lithography
27 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
70 × 50 cm
Editions 11, 12, 14 of 50+5AP
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€1,000
Location
Timisoara
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This work is the first stone lithography ever made by Mircea Cantor. Printed by Cristian Opris …

Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, front right corner
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included

Best known for his evocative, metaphorical videos and mixed-media installations, Mircea Cantor makes work reflective of a broad worldview that is at once optimistic and trenchantly critical. In his works, he examines competing ideologies, war, displacement, the self and the other, and multivalence. Keenly aware of the multitude of meanings that a word or an object can contain, he deliberately mixes materials and uses language playfully, producing poignant, challenging works that defy neat categorization. He also refuses to be neatly defined, as he explains: “We know who we are, so why not go deeper? Let’s stand for something other than our nationality. [. . .] [My] objects speak of the great openness in which we can live today, beyond national categories.” Cantor won the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2011.

Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by a major museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions (3)
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Other works from Jecza Gallery
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