Have you got room for a tower
Wolfgang Laib (b. 1950) is a German artist whose unique oeuvre overlaps the spheres of Land Art and minimalism alike. His works are typically created out of natural materials such as beeswax, pollen, and rice. The lithograph Untitled was produced in conjunction with the exhibition of Laib’s work held at the Fondation Beyeler in 2005/06. It represents one of the large-scale ziggurats, created out of beeswax, that were on view in the exhibition. In this luminous Art Edition, Laib combines his own stepped tower with drawings of Oriental ziggurats. A tower in your living room will certainly give you a good view!
|Size||16,53 x 20,47 in|
|Paper||Zerkall deckle-edged paper, 275g/m2|
|Print technique||2-color lithograph|
|Edition||100 + 10 artist’s proofs and 2 hors de commerce proofs|
|Printed by||Wolfensberger, Zürich|