Eric Baudelaire

Some Tomorrows (Le Monde, avril 2009)
2005-2016

Silkscreen print on glass and paper, edition 1/1 + 1AP
80,7 x 111,2 cm
Courtesy the artist and Galerie Greta Meert, Brussels

€ 10.900

The French daily paper Le Monde comes out in the afternoon and is dated for the following day. Over the past ten years, Eric Baudelaire has occasionally made collages from the images of a single daily edition of Le Monde. Together, the Some Tomorrows series adds up to a fragmentary and subjective visual record of events and culture since 2005, when he began to work as an artist. The work Some Tomorrows (Le Monde, avril 2009) was included in The Music of Ramón Raquello and his Orchestra, a monographic presentation of the work of Baudelaire, on view at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art from 27 January - 21 May 2017.

Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel

Stone marquetry with bidets
2017

Marble, granite
100 x 80 x 2 cm
Courtesy the artists

€ 16.950

The iconoclastic works of Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel reconstruct the preestablished codes of sculpture and feature a continuous physical reengagement with materials and processes through a hyperawareness surrounding the craftsmanship and tradition of the medium, which expands its reach in the process. The work Stone marquetry with bidets was included in THE NUDE AND THE SAP, an exhibition gathering existing and new works by the artist duo, on view at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art from 14 April – 9 July 2017.

Goshka Macuga and Ahmet Öğüt

Untitled
2017

A work consisting of two aluminium sculptures
left: 42 x 40 x 30 cm — right: 42 x 40 x 30 cm
Courtesy the artists

€ 16.950

Ahmet Öğüt granted Goshka Macuga free reign over seven works from his photographic series Mutual Issues: Inventive Acts (2008). Based on precise observations of daily life on the streets of Istanbul, the images forefront the absurdity of ‘the everyday’, a gesture Macuga adopted by transforming their everyday form as a uniform photographic series into drastically changed compressed objects. This work was included in the exhibition Öğüt Macuga Episode 2: The Show is Over, on view at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art from 8 September – 31 December 2017.

Douglas Coupland

The Cloud Is The New Infinity
2017
Part of Slogans for the Twenty-First Century

Archival inkjet print on watercolour paper

60 x 70 cm
Edition of 30, signed and numbered
Courtesy of the artist and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto

Price: € 500 (unframed) / € 900 (framed with ArtGlass)

With The Cloud Is The New Infinity (2017), renowned author and artist Douglas Coupland presents an exclusive version of one of his famous Slogans for the Twenty-First Century series. His solo show Bit Rot was on view at Witte de With from 11 September 2015 – 3 January 2016.

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