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Yaacov Agam

Agamograph (Flag), 1928-2019

Silkscreen on plexiglass
13 × 13 in
33 × 33 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€1,390
location
Neuchâtel, Gstaad, Villars-sur-Ollon
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Samhart Gallery
Neuchâtel, Gstaad, +1 more
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Yaacov AGAM (1928) - Agamograph (Flag)

Silkscreen on Plexi, hand-signed and numbered 20/75 (AP)

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Yaacov AGAM (1928) - Agamograph (Flag)

Silkscreen on Plexi, hand-signed and numbered 20/75 (AP)
Format : 33 x 33 cm (with frame)
Very good condition

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Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
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Yaacov Agam
Israeli, b. 1928
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Op art pioneer Yaacov Agam’s abstract artworks—which range from painting, sculpture, drawing, and ceramics, to stained glass and etching—typically incorporate light, sound, or viewer participation. The son of an orthodox rabbi, Agam first trained as an artist in Jerusalem, going on to combine formalist art with kabbalistic mysticism, and he is credited with introducing geometric abstraction to Israeli art. Agam’s best known series of works, comprised of painted strips that appear to shift and oscillate as viewers alter their points of view, would become known as “Agamographs.” He has also produced public commissions, including the world’s largest menorah, installed in New York City, and Star of Peace for Ben-Gurion university that fused the five-pointed star of Islam with the six-pointed Star of David. Agam met and was influenced by the Bauhaus artist and teacher Johannes Itten in Zurich, and also cites Wassily Kandinsky’s abstraction as an influence on his practice.

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Yaacov AGAM (1928) - Agamograph (Flag)

Silkscreen on Plexi, hand-signed and numbered 20/75 (AP)

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Yaacov AGAM (1928) - Agamograph (Flag)

Silkscreen on Plexi, hand-signed and numbered 20/75 (AP)
Format : 33 x 33 cm (with frame)
Very good condition

Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Yaacov Agam
Israeli, b. 1928
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Op art pioneer Yaacov Agam’s abstract artworks—which range from painting, sculpture, drawing, and ceramics, to stained glass and etching—typically incorporate light, sound, or viewer participation. The son of an orthodox rabbi, Agam first trained as an artist in Jerusalem, going on to combine formalist art with kabbalistic mysticism, and he is credited with introducing geometric abstraction to Israeli art. Agam’s best known series of works, comprised of painted strips that appear to shift and oscillate as viewers alter their points of view, would become known as “Agamographs.” He has also produced public commissions, including the world’s largest menorah, installed in New York City, and Star of Peace for Ben-Gurion university that fused the five-pointed star of Islam with the six-pointed Star of David. Agam met and was influenced by the Bauhaus artist and teacher Johannes Itten in Zurich, and also cites Wassily Kandinsky’s abstraction as an influence on his practice.

Yaacov Agam

Agamograph (Flag), 1928-2019

Silkscreen on plexiglass
13 × 13 in
33 × 33 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€1,390
location
Neuchâtel, Gstaad, Villars-sur-Ollon
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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