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Law & Order (February 2007 - April 2007)

Artist
Derek Sullivan
Price
$1650.00
Date
2007
Publisher
Art Metropole
Format
Posters
Details
Paper
Size
55 × 87.5 cm
Description

This work is a replica of a poster Lawrence Weiner designed for a performance by New Order in 1983, Sullivan based his version of the poster on a reproduction he found in NSCAD and Art Metropole’s ‘Lawrence Weiner Posters November 1965 – April 1986’. The copy of the book he found contained a slight offset in the blue due to a printing error which Sullivan preserved in the final product, which is in coloured pencil and silkscreen on paper. Produced as part of Art Metropole’s FWD Editions series. Signed and numbered edition of 6, plus 2 proofs.

  1. Law & Order (February 2007 - April 2007)
 

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