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Untitled 6 from +-x9 Portfolio, 1980
Silkscreen
27 1/4 × 7 1/4 in
69.2 × 18.4 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$750
Ships from Long Island City, New York, US
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"A pioneer in kinetic art, Yaacov Agam is the inventor of the agamograph, a brightly colored …

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"A pioneer in kinetic art, Yaacov Agam is the inventor of the agamograph, a brightly colored type of print that appears to shapeshift before a viewer’s eyes. Agam creates these mystic, layered works using a technique called lenticular printing, where several images are combined on one surface to create illusions …

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Agam is one of the pioneer creators of the kinetic movement in art as well as its most outstanding …

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Agam is one of the pioneer creators of the kinetic movement in art as well as its most outstanding contemporary representative. Agam was born in 1928 a son of a Rabbi of Rishon LeZion (Israel), who devoted his life to the study of Jewish religious matters and wrote books. Agam considers himself somehow as a visual …

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Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
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About the work

"A pioneer in kinetic art, Yaacov Agam is the inventor of the agamograph, a brightly colored …

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"A pioneer in kinetic art, Yaacov Agam is the inventor of the agamograph, a brightly colored type of print that appears to shapeshift before a viewer’s eyes. Agam creates these mystic, layered works using a technique called lenticular printing, where several images are combined on one surface to create illusions …

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RoGallery
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Agam is one of the pioneer creators of the kinetic movement in art as well as its most outstanding …

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Agam is one of the pioneer creators of the kinetic movement in art as well as its most outstanding contemporary representative. Agam was born in 1928 a son of a Rabbi of Rishon LeZion (Israel), who devoted his life to the study of Jewish religious matters and wrote books. Agam considers himself somehow as a visual …

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Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
Untitled 6 from +-x9 Portfolio, 1980
Silkscreen
27 1/4 × 7 1/4 in
69.2 × 18.4 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$750
Ships from Long Island City, New York, US
Free shipping worldwide
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