Mircea Cantor, ‘Bellum & Maternitas’, 2016, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Indian Ink on Paper, Dilecta
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Mircea Cantor

Bellum & Maternitas, 2016

Indian Ink on Paper
16 1/2 × 11 7/10 in
42 × 29.7 cm
.
€4,050
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Bellum & Maternitas
Mircea Cantor
Romanian, b. 1977
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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.

Mircea Cantor, ‘Bellum & Maternitas’, 2016, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Indian Ink on Paper, Dilecta
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Bellum & Maternitas
Mircea Cantor
Romanian, b. 1977
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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.

Mircea Cantor

Bellum & Maternitas, 2016

Indian Ink on Paper
16 1/2 × 11 7/10 in
42 × 29.7 cm
.
€4,050
Ships from Paris, FR
Shipping: €50 within Continental Europe, €70 rest of world
VAT included in price
Location
Paris
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