Xerox print, 2009, signed in pencil on the verso, from the edition of 50 plus ten artist's proofs, on wove paper, unframed.
Jonas Wood (b. 1977) has very quickly established himself as one of the hottest artists in the contemporary art world, with fantastical landscapes trapped within the borders of potted plants. Working from a large archive of photographs, Wood combines and then flattens the world around him to show an intimate perspective of modern life. Inspired by the work of David Hockney, John Baldessari, Lucian Freud, Alex Katz, and his wife's cermaics (Shio Kusaka) the artist crafts colorful cut-out style scenes evoking his predecessors’ work.
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