Lot Details

This b&w lithograph is hand-signed by John Baldessari. Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies. Published by S.S. Project and Printed by Cirrus Editions, Ltd. in 1997 by pigment ink process.

Image size: 11.375 x 11.375 inches

Since 1973 John Baldessari has been exploring photography as a way to create collaged compositions that explore the relationships between images. He takes his imagery from many sources, including advertising and film. He also applies a painterly element to remind the viewer that the hand of the artist is not only in the ordering of the images but to hybridize mark making and photo making. John Baldessari has been termed "one of the most influential artists to emerge since the mid-1960s." From his phototext canvases to his composite photo collages and installations, Baldessari has contributed to the definition of postmodern art. In the early 1970s, he produced droll conceptual videotapes that are ironic investigations into perception, meaning and interpretation, rendered with deadpan, often absurdist humor. Baldessari is one of the most well known artists of our time, with over 120 solo exhibitions worldwide.

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Catalogue Raisonné: 93, Sharon, Coplan, & Hurowitz
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