Series: Prints from Warhol to Wool

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Series are open systems, telling stories, toying with rhythms, permitting variations, and documenting creative processes. Andy Warhol’s famous silkscreen prints made the serial iteration of images his trademark stratagem. Opening with an inquiry into how serial fine art prints are made, the book presents and contextualises the explosive visual and political energy of graphic series. The numerous illustrations and essays are rounded out by an interview with Thomas Schütte and Ellen Sturm.
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Series are open systems, telling stories, toying with rhythms, permitting variations, and documenting creative processes. Andy Warhol’s famous silkscreen prints made the serial iteration of images his trademark stratagem. Opening with an inquiry into how serial fine art prints are made, the book presents and contextualises the explosive visual and political energy of graphic series. The numerous illustrations and essays are rounded out by an interview with Thomas Schütte and Ellen Sturm.
  • Author
    Petra Roettig (ed.)
  • Publisher
    DCV
  • Release
    March 2021
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    256 pages. 220 ills. 24 x 28 cm
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    out of stock
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