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Hyperlink 7

by Micosch Holland

Edition of 30 - 42.0cm x 62.5cm

£95

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  • Medeia Cohan-Petrolino

    The Insider Medeia Cohan-Petrolino says:

    "Micosch's work is the type you could look at forever and always discover something new within it."

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    Need to know

    • There is a renewed interest in assemblage art
    • The Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlung (Bavarian State Art Collection) owns work by Holland
    • Buy for a backwards look at Berlin through contemporary art
  • Hyperlink 7

    Micosch Holland’s print work references famous German painters and performance artists including Kurt Schwitters and Joseph Beuys. In Hyperlink 7, the artist blends different mediums including an analog image taken from a discarded 1970's East German magazine with digital elements to create a constructionist image that is at once vintage and modern. His paradoxical approach towards creating work is at once accessible and intriguing.

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    Micosch Holland

    Micosch Holland's work revels in the Dada, Constructivist and Surrealist movements of the 20th century. He's a German artist who references painters and performance artists such as Kurt Schwitters, Joseph Beuys, and Marcel Duchamp. It's a hybrid art: vintage paper sources are cut up and collaged by hand and using cutting-edge digital tools. The results are a fusion of last century and now, though Holland is serious enough that this never comes across as pastiche or faux vintage. You're getting the real deal.

    Holland sees similarities between the present era, and the last time collage was b…

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  • Sizing Chart

    1.7m

    Product Details

    Type
    Limited Edition
    Medium
    Prints
    Style
    Street Art
    Year
    2010
    Edition
    of 30
    Size
    42.0cm x 62.5cm
    Ready to hang
    No
    Signed
    Yes

    Additional Information

    • Produced in collaboration with the artist exclusively for Rise Art
    • Rentals ship in our recommended white frame
  • UK & International Shipping

    This artwork ships from Germany. Unframed artwork ships on or before Wednesday, 14 December 2016. Framed artwork ships on or before Thursday, 22 December 2016.

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