An avant-garde offset lithograph vintage poster featuring the art of Menashe Kadishman from the Israel Museum Collection. Hand signed on the bottom left with an annotation of 75/200. Suspense – 1966. Billy Rose Art Garden. Photo Leni Sonnenfield. Drawing Menashe Kadishman. Produced by Jonathan A Editions. Printed by Kal. Col. sep. by Grafor. Dimensions: 22”h x 33.75”w x .75”d (framed). In very good condition.
Menashe Kadishman (1932-2015) was an Israeli sculptor and painter. In the 1960s, Kadishman's sculptures were Minimalist in style, and so designed as to appear to defy gravity. This was achieved either through careful balance and construction, as in Suspense (1966), or by using glass and metal so that the metal appeared unsupported, as in Segments (1968). The glass allowed the environment to be part of the work. The first major appearance of sheep in his work was at the 1978 Venice Biennale, where Kadishman presented a flock of colored live sheep as living art. In 1995, he began painting portraits of sheep by the hundreds, and even thousands, each one different from the next. These instantly-recognizable sheep portraits soon became his artistic ""trademark"". |
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