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Michael Craig-Martin

Quotidian 2017

Screenprint on 410gsm Somerset Tub paper
Artwork size: 50 x 50 cm
Image size: 70.00 x 85.00 cm
Edition of 15
Limited Edition

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‘Quotidian, 2017’ is a set of eight laser-etched black satin finished acrylic panels by contemporary artist Michael Craig-Martin. From a limited edition of 15, the set is signed and numbered by the artist.

Contemporary artist Michael Craig-Martin is known for his hyper-real paintings and prints of everyday objects. Fusing boldly minimal compositions with highly saturated colour palettes, Craig-Martin’s artworks have become something of an icon, influencing a generation of twenty-first century Pop Artists.

‘Quotidian, 2017’ features eight laser-etched black acrylic panels, each one depicting an everyday - or quotidian - object: a corkscrew, a trainer, a shoe, a set of sunglasses, a hand grenade, a microphone, a steering wheel, and a set of headphones. The pieces follow Craig-Martin’s typical style, with their clean lines and stark compositions, only, this time, they’ve been left in stripped-back monochrome, just the etched white lines visible against the black panels. Visually high-impact, ‘Quotidian, 2017’ is a contemporary collector’s must have.

About The Artist - Michael Craig-Martin

Conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin is best known for his representation of everyday objects with boldly outlined motifs and luridly vivid colour schemes in unexpected combinations in both paintings and sculptures. He has also had a huge influence on other artists. Teaching at Goldsmith's College School of Art from 1974–88 and 1994–2000 he was a powerful influence on the Young British Artists, including Gary Hume, Sarah Lucas, and Damien Hirst.

Born in Dublin in 1941 Michael Craig-Martin grew up and was educated in the United States and studied Fine Art at Yale. In 1966 he moved to London where he has lived ever since. His early work drew together a variety of objects and materials and questioned the nature of art and representation. An Oak Tree, 1973, is one of his best known early works.

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