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#08184

Never Going Back Again

Artist
Stephen Wicks
Price
$15.00
Date
2007
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Paper
Size
15 × 22 × 0.5 cm
Length
16 
Description

Stephen Wicks’ intriguing piece has its text and images composed only of fine white dust screen printed with glue to black card. Described by the artist as a “Fleetwood Mac Fanzine” or “A look at the dissolve of 70’s Rock n Roll”, this fragile work contains cryptic portraits (of what appear to be the members of the band in their full 1970’s look) and should be handled gently. From a signed and numbered edition of 100.

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