Moani Ke Ala

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Weight1 kg
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Edition size :

50

Dimensions :

76.5 cm x 117 cm (30.12 in. x 46 in.)

Paper :

BFK Rives 300g.

Technique :

5-color lithograph, 2 printing passes with Marinoni lithographic press, hand cut.

Signature :

Signed by the artist at the back of the lithograph, numbered and stamped by our publishing house.

Year :

2022

Price :

CHF 2'000 (exclusive of VAT)

Collection :

Lithographs

Price :

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These new lithographs, inspired by the series of “Pour Paintings” and created with the famous drip painting technique, are emblematic of John M Armleder’s style. 

In the Pour Paintings, Armleder allows paint to stream down the faces of his canvases with quasi-narrative relationships between forms and colors that obscure, reveal, and blend into one another. 

In the same way, these prints, and their unique colors drips, were created and produced directly in a printing house in Paris. 

Their poetic titles “Moani Ke Ala” and “Na Molokama” mean “my love to Thee ” and “my sweet” refer to traditional Hawaiian song titles. These abstract titles, far from being the only way to interpret these works, show rather all the possible interpretations of these lithographs.

Weight1 kg
Upcoming :

Coming soon

Edition size :

50

Dimensions :

76.5 cm x 117 cm (30.12 in. x 46 in.)

Paper :

BFK Rives 300g.

Technique :

5-color lithograph, 2 printing passes with Marinoni lithographic press, hand cut.

Signature :

Signed by the artist at the back of the lithograph, numbered and stamped by our publishing house.

Year :

2022

Price :

CHF 2'000 (exclusive of VAT)

Collection :

Lithographs

Price :

No prices available for the moment

PRINT PDF

These new lithographs, inspired by the series of “Pour Paintings” and created with the famous drip painting technique, are emblematic of John M Armleder’s style. 

In the Pour Paintings, Armleder allows paint to stream down the faces of his canvases with quasi-narrative relationships between forms and colors that obscure, reveal, and blend into one another. 

In the same way, these prints, and their unique colors drips, were created and produced directly in a printing house in Paris. 

Their poetic titles “Moani Ke Ala” and “Na Molokama” mean “my love to Thee ” and “my sweet” refer to traditional Hawaiian song titles. These abstract titles, far from being the only way to interpret these works, show rather all the possible interpretations of these lithographs.

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