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Urban & Contemporary Art

 
  Lot 218
 

ERIC CHAN SCHATZ (JAPANESE B. 1968) AND HEATHER CHAN SCHATZ (AMERICAN B. 1968)

ERIC CHAN SCHATZ (JAPANESE B. 1968) AND HEATHER CHAN SCHATZ (AMERICAN B. 1968)
PTG.71 UTC

2007
screenprint on silk, mirror polished stainless steel with etching, and acrylic mirror
226 x 305 cm
277 x 528 cm overall

Provenance:
Irena Hochman Fine Art Ltd, New York
Acquired directly from the above by the present owner in 2008

Exhibited:
London, Saatchi Gallery, Abstract America New Painting And Sculpture, 29 May 2009 - 17 January 2010
Chattanooga, Hunter Museum of American Art, 2008

Literature:
The Saatchi Gallery, Abstract America New Painting And Sculpture, London, 2009, pp. 200-201 (illustrated in colour)

Artist Description:
When the couple known as ChanSchatz worked as an artistic duo, they created works based on information gathered from invited guests to their studio. They used a mixture of traditional and digital techniques as well as collected data, transforming them into large-scale paintings and silkscreened images. Their work referenced ideas of identity and social relationships through their openly collaborative process.

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Sold for £875

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