Richard WrightUntitled Figure 3 2002

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Richard Wright (born 1960)
Untitled Figure 3
Date 2002
MediumScreenprint on paper
Dimensionsimage: 595 x 772 mm
Acquisition Purchased 2003
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Gagosian Gallery Poster Edition is a portfolio of six screenprints. It was published by Gagosian Gallery, London and printed by Karl-Heinz Neumann, Cologne in an edition of thirty on thin white wove paper, mid-blue in colour, on the reverse. Tate’s copy is the third in the edition. Each print was made using between two and seven colours. Named Untitled Figure and numbered from one to six, these prints were initially conceived as a series of posters to be pasted onto internal or external walls, thus highlighting the ephemeral nature of Richard Wright’s work. The portfolio utilises many of the graphic motifs that have come to typify Wright’s personal imagery. His work originates from a variety of sources including twentieth-century art movements – such as Geometric Abstraction, Op art and Minimalism – and patterns derived from Medieval manuscripts, Gothic and Baroque architectural decoration, and tattoo and biker-jacket motifs… (read more)

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