Artist's description:

From the series "The extent of the catastrophe": Color woodcut print made from several print blocks. Although being part of a numbered edition, each print from the series is unlike another as colors and stroke vary.

The work " The extent of the catastrophe" consists of both wood blocks and prints. The subjects refer to press photos, which have been published after the tsunami and nuclear catastrophe. The artistic technique refers to traditional Japanese woodblock print making.

Through a long-term study a growing and changing ensemble of blocks and prints emerges, which aims to confront media volatileness and shrinking public awareness.

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Comes framed but without passpartout. The sheet of japanese washi paper hangs in an object frame simply hangs in an object frame. Please note, that due to the printing process, there are some small colour spots on the paper.

It will be carefully wrapped in bubble wrap and paper and will be stabilised with a strong cardboard back a little bit larger to be best protected for mail transport.

The artwork is signed on the front and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Waterbased colours and ink on washi paper

Rice fields (2015)

$158.38 Sold

  • Woodcut, Paper
  • From a limited edition of 10
  • Size: 16.54 × 16.54 × 1.18 in (framed) / 15.75 × 15.75 in (unframed) / 11.81 × 9.84 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold framed
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • Ready to hang
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