Philippe Huart, ‘Carbone Vertige.’, 2014, Galleri GKM
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Philippe Huart

Carbone Vertige., 2014

Oil on canvas
31 1/2 in diameter
80 cm diameter
This is a unique work.
€5,500
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Location
Malmö, Paris
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Galleri GKM
Malmö, Paris

Carbone Vertige. (Vortex 9)
Painted on the sides.No frame needed.
Free shipment worldwide.

Medium
Painting
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed, titled and dated on the verso.
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Frame
Not included
Image rights
Copyright Galleri GKM
Philippe Huart
French, b. 1953
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Painter Philippe Huart creates glossy images of intoxication and consumerism, aiming to show the effects of marketing and advertising on the human psyche. Gel capsules, blooming flowers, Coca-Cola, wrapped candy, Mickey Mouse, and handguns recur as motifs. The objects spread to the edges of each canvas in compositions that frequently lack a focal point, save for a few words subtly printed at their centers. In Pushin' Too Hard (2011), the canvas is broken into two horizontal sections: above is a rainbow-colored swath of candy—wrapped peppermints, Tootsie Pops, and gumballs; below a handgun lies on its side, its chamber open and exposed. Dividing the two is the provocative command “push.” Such arrangements suggest there is sweetness in violence and vice versa, while the directive to push references both the trigger of the gun and the temptation of the saccharine treats.

Philippe Huart, ‘Carbone Vertige.’, 2014, Galleri GKM
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About the work
Provenance
Galleri GKM
Malmö, Paris

Carbone Vertige. (Vortex 9)
Painted on the sides.No frame needed.
Free shipment worldwide.

Medium
Painting
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed, titled and dated on the verso.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Image rights
Copyright Galleri GKM
Philippe Huart
French, b. 1953
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Painter Philippe Huart creates glossy images of intoxication and consumerism, aiming to show the effects of marketing and advertising on the human psyche. Gel capsules, blooming flowers, Coca-Cola, wrapped candy, Mickey Mouse, and handguns recur as motifs. The objects spread to the edges of each canvas in compositions that frequently lack a focal point, save for a few words subtly printed at their centers. In Pushin' Too Hard (2011), the canvas is broken into two horizontal sections: above is a rainbow-colored swath of candy—wrapped peppermints, Tootsie Pops, and gumballs; below a handgun lies on its side, its chamber open and exposed. Dividing the two is the provocative command “push.” Such arrangements suggest there is sweetness in violence and vice versa, while the directive to push references both the trigger of the gun and the temptation of the saccharine treats.

Philippe Huart

Carbone Vertige., 2014

Oil on canvas
31 1/2 in diameter
80 cm diameter
This is a unique work.
€5,500
Ships from Malmö, SE
Free shipping worldwide
VAT included in price
Location
Malmö, Paris
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
Secure payment
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Learn more.
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