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Penis Perils by Christopher Wool

Penis Perils
by Christopher Wool

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Prints

Silkscreen

2008

Edition Size: Edition of 21

Sheet Size: 27.25 x 22 cm

Signed

Condition: Pristine

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The Artist

Christopher Wool

Known for his depictions of an unforgiving urban environment, Christopher Wool is an US painter and photographer inspired by the New York music scene of the 1970s. He began his artistic life as a painter in the early 80s in NYC. As painting had been declared a redundant art form by Douglas Crimp’s seminal 1981 essay ‘The End of Painting’, Wool focused on the act of making art, rather than making any attempt to convey a particular theme or illustrate a subject. His creations of this time look into the how rather than the what of painting. They show textures created by layering different patterned images covered over by paint rollers, taking them off and adding others, so an image of the process he went through is evident on the canvas.

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