Niki de Saint Phalle, ‘Adamand Eve, Galerie Kaj Florsblom Gallery Poster HOLIDAY SALE TAKE 20% OFF NEXT THREE WEEKS’, 1987, David Lawrence Gallery
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Adamand Eve, Galerie Kaj Florsblom Gallery Poster HOLIDAY SALE TAKE 20% OFF NEXT THREE WEEKS, 1987

Silscreen
27 1/2 × 19 1/2 in
69.9 × 49.5 cm
.
$850
Location
Beverly Hills
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Provenance
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills

This is a wonderful poster published for an exhibition of the artists work in Finland. As a …

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Condition
Very good original condition, but does have some surface scuffs as it is a silkscreen poser without a varnish on top.
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Galerie Kaj Forsbloom
Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract paintings she made by placing paint-filled bags above canvases and shooting them—a form of protest against patriarchy and rigidity. Through her “nanas”, a series of life-size papier maché dolls of the proverbial “everywoman”—including brides and mothers giving birth—de Saint-Phalle contemplated women’s societal roles. Later, inspired by Antoni Gaudí´s Parc Güell in Barcelona, she set out to create something equally impressive but made by a woman; the result was Il Giardino dei Tarocchi (The Tarot Garden), a garden filled with colorful sculptures based on Tarot card symbols, which she created over 20 years on land she acquired in Tuscany.

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This is a wonderful poster published for an exhibition of the artists work in Finland. As a silkscreen poster there are some surface scuffs, however the poster will frame up beautifully. Please view all photos for a take on the condition of the poster.

Medium
Condition
Very good original condition, but does have some surface scuffs as it is a silkscreen poser without a varnish on top.
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Galerie Kaj Forsbloom
Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract paintings she made by placing paint-filled bags above canvases and shooting them—a form of protest against patriarchy and rigidity. Through her “nanas”, a series of life-size papier maché dolls of the proverbial “everywoman”—including brides and mothers giving birth—de Saint-Phalle contemplated women’s societal roles. Later, inspired by Antoni Gaudí´s Parc Güell in Barcelona, she set out to create something equally impressive but made by a woman; the result was Il Giardino dei Tarocchi (The Tarot Garden), a garden filled with colorful sculptures based on Tarot card symbols, which she created over 20 years on land she acquired in Tuscany.

Adamand Eve, Galerie Kaj Florsblom Gallery Poster HOLIDAY SALE TAKE 20% OFF NEXT THREE WEEKS, 1987

Silscreen
27 1/2 × 19 1/2 in
69.9 × 49.5 cm
.
$850
Location
Beverly Hills
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