Yes

by Gavin Turk

Edition of 50 - 25.0cm x 38.0cm

£348

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    1.7m

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Type | Limited Edition
    Medium | Prints
    Style | Street Art
    Subject | Typography
    Year | 2008
    Edition | of 50
    Size | 25.0cm x 38.0cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | Yes
    Materials | Silkscreen on paper

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    • Rentals ship in our recomended white frame.
  • Anthony Fawcett

    The Insider Anthony Fawcett says:

    "Gavin Turk burst onto the contemporary art world map in 1991 when his final show "Cave" was refused a degree from the Royal College of Art."

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    • Affordable prints by an established British artist whose popularity continues to rise
    • Turk has been known as a prankster, but he's definitely a serious investment
    • Is it a Warhol? Have fun keeping them guessing.
  • Yes

    Originally created for the Free Art Fair – a pun on the Frieze Art Fair – Yes was a series of fruit stickers which Turk handed to visitors attending Frieze from his unofficial stall at the entrance to the official fair. The stickers, which were given out for free, transformed visitors into both art and pieces of fruit, in a subversive exploration of how art is valued and whether or not it needs a price in order to be called art at all. Yes also references Turk’s bronze painted apple cores and melons which, hinting at things both sold and discarded on the street, are also part of his ongoing…

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    Gavin Turk

    Gavin Turk is a contemporary British artist who rose to prominence with his notorious final show at the Royal College of Art. He presented his examiners with an empty space marked only by a blue heritage plaque that read ‘Gavin Turk worked here 1989-91’. When the Royal College refused to award the artist his degree, Charles Saatchi included Gavin in his Sensation exhibition. He has since enjoyed a busy and exciting career. We love this maverick artist for his daring, thought-provoking pieces. Not only is Gavin’s work fun and surprising, but it also deals with deeper issues of authorship, auth…

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