Richard Anuszkiewicz, ‘Centum A-D’, 1971, Sculpture, Ceramic Tiles Mounted to Wood Panel, RoGallery
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Centum A-D, 1971

Ceramic Tiles Mounted to Wood Panel
82 1/2 × 82 × 1 in
209.6 × 208.3 × 2.5 cm
Edition of 40
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Location
Long Island City
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Long Island City

Each Panel: 41.25 in. x 41 in. (104.78 cm x 104.14 cm) || Overall Size: 82.5 in. x 82 in. (209.55 …

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An exquisite four panel installation by Anuszkiewicz. You can rearrange the panels to create different looks. See detail photos.
Manufacturer
Erie Ceramic Arts Co.
Richard Anuszkiewicz
American, 1930–2020
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Combining an interest in the nature of perception with investigations into the visual and psychological resonance of color, Richard Anuszkiewicz produces paintings whose vibrant colors and geometric shapes seem to pop and pulsate off of the canvas. A student of Josef Albers and one of the leading practitioners of Op art and geometric abstraction, Anuszkiewicz explores color and form in his flat, vibrant abstractions, attempting to reveal the malleability of our perceptions of stillness and movement, depth and color.

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About the work
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Long Island City

Each Panel: 41.25 in. x 41 in. (104.78 cm x 104.14 cm) || Overall Size: 82.5 in. x 82 in. (209.55 cm x 208.28 cm)

Medium
Series
An exquisite four panel installation by Anuszkiewicz. You can rearrange the panels to create different looks. See detail photos.
Manufacturer
Erie Ceramic Arts Co.
Richard Anuszkiewicz
American, 1930–2020
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Combining an interest in the nature of perception with investigations into the visual and psychological resonance of color, Richard Anuszkiewicz produces paintings whose vibrant colors and geometric shapes seem to pop and pulsate off of the canvas. A student of Josef Albers and one of the leading practitioners of Op art and geometric abstraction, Anuszkiewicz explores color and form in his flat, vibrant abstractions, attempting to reveal the malleability of our perceptions of stillness and movement, depth and color.

Centum A-D, 1971

Ceramic Tiles Mounted to Wood Panel
82 1/2 × 82 × 1 in
209.6 × 208.3 × 2.5 cm
Edition of 40
.
Sold
Location
Long Island City
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