Diamond Brown #2781016

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Weight1 kg
Edition size :

45

Dimensions :

116 cm x 76 cm (45.67 in. x 29.92 in.)

Technique :

1-color lithograph printed from lino with Marinoni lithographic press, hand cut.
Thermochemical ink used for printing, it changes colour from 27 degrees Celsius: the brown becomes orange.

Paper :

BFK Rives 300 g.

Signature :

Signed by the artist, numbered and stamped by our publishing house and by MAMCO Genève.

Co-edition :

with MAMCO Genève, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Geneva.

Year :

2020

Price :

£2’300 (≈ CHF 2'725, includes £142 VAT, applies to EU countries)
£2’138 (≈ CHF 2'535, exclusive of VAT, applies to countries outside the EU)
Please note this lithograph will be sold at tiered price.

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A percentage of the sales of these lithographs will be donated to MAMCO Genève. Thank you in advance for your purchase and contribution.

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The inks used for printing are thermochemical and change color from 27 degrees Celsius. The red diamond becomes yellow, the brown becomes orange, and the green becomes light green. These lithographs play with the most recognizable elements of Olivier Mosset’s practice: a geometrical form and a monochrome surface, each instilled with a transformational element.

This edition of lithographs has been produced in collaboration with MAMCO Geneva as part of Olivier Mosset’s retrospective currently on view until December 6, 2020. The exhibition reviews the artist’s career over almost 60 years, from the early experiments of the 1960s to his monumental recent works, via the painter’s reflections on artistic appropriation, monochrome painting, and shaped canvases.

Weight1 kg
Edition size :

45

Dimensions :

116 cm x 76 cm (45.67 in. x 29.92 in.)

Technique :

1-color lithograph printed from lino with Marinoni lithographic press, hand cut.
Thermochemical ink used for printing, it changes colour from 27 degrees Celsius: the brown becomes orange.

Paper :

BFK Rives 300 g.

Signature :

Signed by the artist, numbered and stamped by our publishing house and by MAMCO Genève.

Co-edition :

with MAMCO Genève, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Geneva.

Year :

2020

Price :

£2’300 (≈ CHF 2'725, includes £142 VAT, applies to EU countries)
£2’138 (≈ CHF 2'535, exclusive of VAT, applies to countries outside the EU)
Please note this lithograph will be sold at tiered price.

Donation :

A percentage of the sales of these lithographs will be donated to MAMCO Genève. Thank you in advance for your purchase and contribution.

Collection :

Lithographs

Price :

No prices available for the moment

(PDF not available)

 

Olivier Mosset

Olivier Mosset is one of the central figures of postwar abstract painting, and an essential reference for several generations of European and American painters. First associated with Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier, and Niele Toroni in the ephemeral constellation B.M.P.T., his series of circles repeated tirelessly during the 1960s is among the most frequently referenced works of that period.

Mosset has lived in the United States since 1977, and has been part of New York art scene since the 1980s. With the same analytical rigor that characterized his early work, his more recent painting explores the fields of monochrome or geometric abstraction. Mosset is one of the few European painters to be part of the legacy of great American painting alongside figures such as Frank Stella, Robert Ryman, and Barnet Newman. This has not prevented him from remaining attentive to developments elsewhere in the art world, and from supporting the practices of artists different from his own.

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