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"Untitled 1992 Set of 2" by Barry McGee - Motivated
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Untitled 1992 Set of 2

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1992

Barry McGee

Limited Edition Print
Lithograph

Size: 36 x 24 in  |  91 x 61 cm

Framed: 48 x 36 in  |  122 x 91 cm

Edition: 3/5

 
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower Right in Pencil
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Plexiglass
Purchased from : Artist 1992
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Barry McGee

Art Brokerage: Barry McGee American Artist: b. 1966. A lauded and much-respected cult figure in a bi-coastal subculture that comprises skaters, graffiti artists, and West Coast surfers, Barry McGee was born in 1966 in California, where he continues to live and work. In 1991, he received a BFA in painting and printmaking from the San Francisco Art Institute. His drawings, paintings, and mixed-media installations take their inspiration from contemporary urban culture, incorporating elements such as empty liquor bottles and spray-paint cans, tagged signs, wrenches, and scrap wood or metal. McGee is also a graffiti artist, working on the streets of America’s cities since the 1980s, where he is known by the tag name “Twist.” He views graffiti as a vital method of communication, one that keeps him in touch with a larger, more diverse audience than can be reached through the traditional spaces of a gallery or museum. His trademark icon, a male caricature with sagging eyes and a bemused expression, recalls the homeless people and transients who call the streets their home. McGee says, “Compelling art, to me, is a name carved into a tree.” His work has been shown at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and on streets and trains all over the United States. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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