Christopher Wool, Black Book, 1989. Page ( each) : 22 7/ 16 x 15 3/ 4" ( 57 x 40 cm). Christopher Wool ( born 1955) is an American artist.
View Christopher Wool’ s 994 artworks on artnet. CHRISTOPHER WOOL ( B. Black Book exemplifies Christopher Wool’ s use of the typographical word as a pictorial image. Christopher Wool – Black Book – image via christies ( Left) Christopher Wool – Supreme Skate Deck, – image via 1stdibs ( Right) The Use of Techniques Since Christopher Wool was occupied with experimentation in painting in those years, it was quite difficult for him to rise above in New York because the very media was not seen anymore. Christopher wool black book. In 1989, soon after he started this iconic series, he created Black Book, an illustrated publication containing 17 bound offset lithographs.
The instantly recognizable stencil lettering of Christopher Wool is at once serious and flippant. In 1998 the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles mounted a mid- career retrospective of Wool’ s work. In 1992 Wool undertook a DAAD residency in Berlin.
Best known for his text- based paintings including Trbl and Riot, Christopher Wool made his name in the ’ 80s and hasn’ t looked back, constantly. Limited edition of 160 copies with an original 10. First edition, first printing. Christopher Wool - Page from Black Book ( Pessimist), 1989. See available prints and multiples, paintings, and works on paper for sale and learn about the artist.
View and buy ” Insomniac ( from Black Book) “ by Christopher Wool on fineartmultiple, the leading online gallery for contemporary art. 1955) Black Book the complete set of 17 screenprints, 1989, on smooth wove paper, with title page and justification, signed on the justification and numbered 282/ 350, published by Thea Westreich, New York, bound ( as issued), in very good condition, with orginal black paper covers ( scuffing and wear). The book was published by collector and art advisor Thea Westreich and gallerist Gisela Capitain. Assassin ( Page from Black Book) by Christopher Wool at Maddox Gallery - medium: Screenprint, year: 1989, size: 58 x 41 cm, ref: CW0015, Framing: | Making his name in early 1980s New York, Christopher Wool is perhaps some of the most influential artists of his generation.
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center is pleased to present Deliverance, a generational exhibition of American artists Larry Clark, Cady Noland, Richard Prince and Christopher Wool, focusing on their work from the late 1970s through the mid- 1990s. Summary of Christopher Wool. Offered by Susan Sheehan Gallery. It is an oversized object, roughly twenty- three inches tall, and contains forty pages bearing seventeen reproductions of enamel drawings.
1 product rating - Christopher Wool Harmony Korine, Pass the Bitch Chicken Book Supreme Deck. Black Book by Christopher Wool. This complete bound book of seventeen screenprints presents a sociological cross- section, as Wool reduces consecutive words like “ TERRORIST” and “ HYPNOTIST” to raw, unbridled text in a subversive act of authoritarian determination. Christopher Wool. Christopher Wool, Spokesman, from " Black Book", 1989, 1989.
Shop original Christopher Wool art and other Christopher Wool art from the world' s best art galleries. CHRISTOPHER WOOL ( b. Christopher Wool is a contemporary American painter. Christopher Wool’ s Black Bookwas selected by Douglas Flamm, a rare- book specialist at Gagosian, for a special focus. Standard TASCHEN edition.
This book documents Christopher Wool' s ( bornexhibition at Berlin' s Galerie Max Hetzler, at the center of which is a torso made out of pigmented concrete, surrounded by large- scale paintings and works on paper in which Wool works through his own oeuvre and references from art history. Making a name in the New York art scene in the early 1980s, Christopher Wool is best known for his word paintings, white canvases with black stenciled letters spelling out text like " Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids" ( in his 1998 work Apocalypse Now). Christopher Wool Years. ( Pink and Black) Enamel and silkscreen ink on linen. It is the official catalog for his mid- career retrospective and the most current overview of his to date. That same year the family moved to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, where Wool was brought up alongside his younger brother Jonathon. LARRY CLARK, CADY NOLAND, RICHARD PRINCE, CHRISTOPHER WOOL. View Black Book by Christopher Wool on artnet. Black book [ Christopher Wool] on Amazon. Artist' s book 1 of.
1955) Black Book hardcover book, printed on smooth wove paper, 1989, with title page and justification, signed on the justification and numbered 205/ 350 ( there were also 8 artist' s proof copies), published by Gisela Capitan and Thea Westreich, New York, bound ( as issued), in very good condition, with original black paper covers. Wool has been creating these paintings since the late 1980s. For Sale on 1stdibs - Black Book, Screen Print by Christopher Wool.