Inversion Excursion

by Peter Lamb

Edition of 15 - 56.0cm x 81.0cm

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  • Stephen Beddoe

    The Insider Stephen Beddoe says:

    "Lamb’s paintings are wildy colourful and gestural, referencing the greats of 20th. Century post-war abstraction – from de Kooning, to Vasarely and Basquiat. Instilled with a inherent love of the production and materiality of ‘painting’, these works are love-letters to the joy, power and freedom of the medium."

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  • Inversion Excursion

    ‘Inversion Excursion’ is an image that captures the artists discarded paint palette, heavily encrusted with layers of paint. The thick materiality is then processed and completely changed to create a new piece. The overall image is inverted digitally and turned onto itself to appear endless. It becomes an image with no ending point, projected into infinity. The provenance of the image, the palette, is important for Peter because it addresses the endless possibilities of art and of failure: With no middle ground, collapse and failure become a way to invigorate the work itself and add the possi…

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    Peter Lamb

    Peter Lamb was born in 1973 and lives and works in London. In 1996 he graduated from the Camberwell School of Art, London. Solo Exhibitions: Warm Time Machine, Monika Bobinska Gallery, London (2008); The Unemployed Prophet, CTRL Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (2007); The Art of Dickies and Pollocks, Kontainer Gallery, London (2006). Recent Group Exhibitions include: The Perfect Crime, curated by Phill Allen and Dan Coombs, 4a Gallery, Malvern (2011); By Chromed Hooves It Travels Now, Annie Wharton Gallery, Los Angeles (2011); Ist Show, Strezelski Galerie, Stuttgart (2010); Das vertraute Unvertr…

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  • Sizing Chart

    1.7m

    Product Details

    Type
    Limited Edition
    Medium
    Prints
    Style
    Abstract
    Subject
    Abstract
    Year
    2011
    Edition
    of 15
    Size
    56.0cm x 81.0cm
    Ready to hang
    No
    Signed
    Yes
    Materials
    Archival Pigment Print

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