Louisiana print with the work, Nail caught in soap - Deaf Institute, (1016-1017) , by Tal R. Since the 90s, Tal R has been one of the most significant Danish artists of his generation and is today well represented in Louisiana's collection. The work is printed on extra strong, uncoated paper in A3 size (29.7 x 42 cm).
Tal R made his Louisiana debut in 1997 and had something of a popular breakthrough with the museum's 2007 retrospective exhibition, The Sum . year.
Throughout his work, Tal R has engaged in a multitude of materials and types of work: drawing, collage, print, books and sculpture. He clearly refers to the history of art, but he rather takes the motifs from the world of reality. Tal R's works act as portals that can invite us into other worlds.
Tal R lets a whole range of different elements flow into his images as a kind of focused play , fascinated by the murmurs. Writing, words, traces, shape, color and substance - everything comes together and becomes the sum from which the image arises.
Basically, it is the desire to create and look at images at all that is the backbone of Tal R's multifaceted work. This fascination is the basis of Tal R's work and it can hardly avoid spreading to the viewer.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm x 42 cm
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Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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