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"Elena And Cressie Get Ready For the Party 6 2011" by Julian Opie - Framed Serigraoh $5,995
Elena And Cressie Get Ready For the Party 6 2011 Limited Edition Print by Julian Opie
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Julian Opie

"Elena And Cressie Get Ready For the Party 6 2011"

2011
  • Limited Edition Print : Serigraph on Perspex With Background Inkjet Print in Colors on Paper

    Size : 30.75x24 in  |  78x61 cm
    Framed : 32.75x26 in  |  83x66 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 30

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Hand SignedHand Signed in Black Ink And Numbered on a Label Affixed to the Reverse 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with PlexiglassMuseum Matted And Framed 
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Story / Additional InfoPublisher: Alan Cristea Gallery London 
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Julian Opie - United Kingdom

Art Brokerage: Julian Opie English Artist: b. 1958. Julian Opie (born 1958, in London) is a visual artist, and one of the New British Sculpture movement. Julien Opie LED Artwork in Dublin, Ireland, 2008. Julian Opie was raised in Oxford. After the Dragon School, Oxford, he spent some time at Magdalen College School, in Oxford. Once his studies were completed, he returned to the Chelsea College of Art and became a teacher there. Opie is a former trustee of the Tate Gallery.In his portraiture, the human face is sometimes characterised by black outlines with flat areas of colour, and minimalised detail, to the extent that an eye can become just the black circle of the pupil, and sometimes a head is represented by a circle with a space where the neck would be, Opie tries to portray someone's personality in as little detail as possible. Opie uses computers in art for other works. His Imagine you are... series, demonstrated how activities such as driving, walking and climbing could be represented by simple reductions. In addition, Opie uses sculpture and light installations to present items of everyday life. Julian Opie also implements computer technology by cutting out the outlines and coloured shapes, sometimes on vinyl, as in large display banners at Tate Britain. Opie is a former trustee of the Tate Gallery and exhibits with Lisson Gallery and Alan Cristea Gallery in London, England. His studio and workshop is based in Shoreditch, London. He was also the subject of a book by Mary Horlock published by Tate Publishing as part of their Contemporary Artist series. Opie created a monument to singer Bryan Adams while he was in Indianapolis because he has a AM-rock, big-open-sound, low-slung-guitar feel, though when he paints women they are often more blatantly sexually charged. In 2010, the four-sided LED Sculpture Ann Dancing will be installed in Indianapolis, Indiana as the first artwork on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Art Brokerage is buying this artist for inventory now. Please email artsales@artbrokerage.com

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