Hole in the Center of the Clock, 2007
Have you got space for time?
The American painter James Rosenquist (b. 1933) is an important representative of Pop Art. From 1957 to 1960 he earned his living as a billboard painter and went on to transfer the visual language of advertising, popular culture and daily life to the context of visual art.
In 1960 James Rosenquist began applying the techniques of sign painting to large-format canvases in his own signature style. He made his international breakthrough in 1965 with the 4-wall wrap-around painting F-111. The Art Edition Hole in the Center of the Clock takes up a motif often found in Surrealist art: soft or melting clocks. Have you got time for a Rosenquist?
|Size||27,44 x 42,87 in|
|Paper||white Somerset deckle-edged paper, 300 g/m2|
|Edition||60 + 10 artist’s proofs + 3 trial proofs|