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Thomas Zipp, ‘Untitled’, 2010, Galerie Sabine Knust | Knust Kunz Gallery Editions
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Thomas Zipp

Untitled, 2010

Etching, Drypoint, stamped figures, Vernis Mou, Lithography on Zerkall Alt Bern 340 g Bütten
23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
Edition of 7
This is part of a limited edition set.
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About the work
Galerie Sabine Knust | Knust Kunz Gallery Editions
München, Munich

Paper: 50 x 60 cm
Plate: 45 x 36 cm

Paper: 50 x 60 cm
Plate: 45 x 36 cm

Medium
Print
Series
White Reformation, suite with 7 motifs
Thomas Zipp
German, b. 1966
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In large-scale sculptural installations and paintings, Thomas Zipp explores humanity’s dark side. Referencing art history, scientific discovery, politics, popular culture, literature, and philosophy, Zipp creates an ominous vision of the future. In 2008, Zipp’s installation of decommissioned Patriot Missile warheads explored sexual symbolism and power, while a series of large-scale paintings made in 2006, including A.B. Oaktree, depict imaginary plants in a forbidding post-apocalyptic landscape. Like the bizarre German fairy tales Zipp read as a child, his work reveals our appetite for destruction.

Thomas Zipp, ‘Untitled’, 2010, Galerie Sabine Knust | Knust Kunz Gallery Editions
Thomas Zipp, ‘Untitled’, 2010, Galerie Sabine Knust | Knust Kunz Gallery Editions
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About the work
Galerie Sabine Knust | Knust Kunz Gallery Editions
München, Munich

Paper: 50 x 60 cm
Plate: 45 x 36 cm

Paper: 50 x 60 cm
Plate: 45 x 36 cm

Medium
Print
Series
White Reformation, suite with 7 motifs
Thomas Zipp
German, b. 1966
Follow

In large-scale sculptural installations and paintings, Thomas Zipp explores humanity’s dark side. Referencing art history, scientific discovery, politics, popular culture, literature, and philosophy, Zipp creates an ominous vision of the future. In 2008, Zipp’s installation of decommissioned Patriot Missile warheads explored sexual symbolism and power, while a series of large-scale paintings made in 2006, including A.B. Oaktree, depict imaginary plants in a forbidding post-apocalyptic landscape. Like the bizarre German fairy tales Zipp read as a child, his work reveals our appetite for destruction.

Thomas Zipp

Untitled, 2010

Etching, Drypoint, stamped figures, Vernis Mou, Lithography on Zerkall Alt Bern 340 g Bütten
23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
Edition of 7
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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