Öyvind Fahlström, ‘Eddie (Sylvie's Brother) in the Desert (from New York International Portfolio)’, 1966, Alpha 137 Gallery

Pencil signed and numbered from the limited editio of 225. This important 1960s silkscreen is by Brazilian-born Swedish Pop/Conceptual artist Oyvind Fahlstrom from the New York International Portfolio, Volume I, 1966. Fahlstrom's prints from the mid 1960s, like this one featuring a cutout image of Chairman Mao, are desirable and quite uncommon. A descendant of Surrealism, he actively incorporated chance into art. For his format and imagery, Fahlstrom borrowed heavily from popular culture sources, continuously drawing from his vast files of magazine photographs and comic books. Another impression of this print is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. This work is in excellent condition and has never been framed.
Publisher: Tanglewood Press, New York
Printer: M.H. Lavore Company
Documented in the online catalogue raisonne for the Oyvind Fahlstrom Estate Foundation

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Signature: Signed and dated lower right; numbered lower left in pencil

Publisher: Tanglewood Press, New York, pub.; M.H. Lavore Company, prntr.

Pop Impressions Europe/USA, Museum of Modern Art, 1999 (a different edition)

Pop Impressions Europe/USA, Museum of Modern Art, 1999 (Catalogue)
online catalogue raisonne, Oyvind Fahlstrom Estate

New York International Portfolio, Rosa Esman

About Öyvind Fahlström

Swedish, 1928-1976, São Paulo, Brazil, based in Stockholm, Sweden

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