Gagosian is pleased to offer a selection of limited edition prints by Richard Artschwager on Artsy. The presentation coincides with the exhibition "Richard Artschwager: Primary Sources," currently on view at Gagosian Madison Avenue, New York.
For five decades, Richard Artschwager (1923-2013) forged a maverick path by confounding the traditional limits of art and reconfiguring the visual comprehension of space. Associated with many genres but cleaving to none, Artschwager’s art has been variously described as Pop, Minimal, and Conceptual. Focusing on the structures of perception, his work conflates the visual world of images (painting) and the tactile world of objects (sculpture), with inspirations ranging from counterintelligence to cabinetry.
This presentation comprises fourteen lithographs, etchings, and aquatints produced by Artschwager with publishers such as Brooke Alexander, Inc., Gemini G.E.L., and Harlan & Weaver between 1982 and 2008.