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Richard Aldrich

Hurray More Opiates and Bike Song, 2012

Polymer Gravure etching with hand-colouring
11 2/5 × 8 1/2 in
29 × 21.5 cm
Edition 5/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Provenance
ICA London Benefit Auction

Comes framed. Spray white maple, completed by John Jones. Frame may display general signs of …

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Comes framed. Spray white maple, completed by John Jones. Frame may display general signs of age-related wear. Print in perfect condition. Richard Aldrich works predominantly in painting, and writes narratives to accompany his works. His practice dialogically navigates the relationship between art history and the act …

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Signed and numbered recto
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Richard Aldrich
American, b. 1975
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In his installations, paintings, and the narratives he writes to accompany his works, Richard Aldrich engages in a dialogic relationship with art history and artmaking. Many of Aldrich’s vigorously painted canvases pay homage to their Abstract Expressionist antecedents, while others, such as the mixed-media Future Painting from Machine (orange and green), 2005, exhibit a unique signature style. Aldrich often uses text, as well as known and not so well known literary and musical icons.

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About the work
Provenance
ICA London Benefit Auction

Comes framed. Spray white maple, completed by John Jones. Frame may display general signs of …

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Comes framed. Spray white maple, completed by John Jones. Frame may display general signs of age-related wear. Print in perfect condition. Richard Aldrich works predominantly in painting, and writes narratives to accompany his works. His practice dialogically navigates the relationship between art history and the act …

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Signature
Signed and numbered recto
Publisher
ICA
Image rights
ICA
Richard Aldrich
American, b. 1975
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In his installations, paintings, and the narratives he writes to accompany his works, Richard Aldrich engages in a dialogic relationship with art history and artmaking. Many of Aldrich’s vigorously painted canvases pay homage to their Abstract Expressionist antecedents, while others, such as the mixed-media Future Painting from Machine (orange and green), 2005, exhibit a unique signature style. Aldrich often uses text, as well as known and not so well known literary and musical icons.

Richard Aldrich

Hurray More Opiates and Bike Song, 2012

Polymer Gravure etching with hand-colouring
11 2/5 × 8 1/2 in
29 × 21.5 cm
Edition 5/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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