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Wade Guyton

Untitled, 2007

Epson UltraChrome inkjet on linen
83 9/10 × 68 9/10 in
213 × 175 cm
location
Riehen
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Exhibition history
Fondation Beyeler
Riehen
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Print
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Courtesy of the artist © Wade Guyton
Wade Guyton
American, b. 1972
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Wade Guyton is best known for works on paper and canvas that exploit the painterly but erratic qualities of Inkjet printers. Employing large-format printers on pre-primed linen intended for oil painting, Guyton generates marks—typically Xs, stripes, and flames—that are irregularly absorbed to create random variations and patterns; seams and divisions in the composition result from folding and repeatedly feeding linen into the machine. In a recent series of black monochromes, paintings were overprinted with a Photoshop-drawn black rectangle.

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About the work
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Riehen
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Collection of the artist

Medium
Print
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Courtesy of the artist © Wade Guyton
Wade Guyton
American, b. 1972
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Wade Guyton is best known for works on paper and canvas that exploit the painterly but erratic qualities of Inkjet printers. Employing large-format printers on pre-primed linen intended for oil painting, Guyton generates marks—typically Xs, stripes, and flames—that are irregularly absorbed to create random variations and patterns; seams and divisions in the composition result from folding and repeatedly feeding linen into the machine. In a recent series of black monochromes, paintings were overprinted with a Photoshop-drawn black rectangle.

Wade Guyton

Untitled, 2007

Epson UltraChrome inkjet on linen
83 9/10 × 68 9/10 in
213 × 175 cm
location
Riehen
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