Julian Opie: Street.
We are delighted to announce the launch of six new editions, collectively entitled Street., by Julian Opie.
Julian Opie (b.1958) is an artist of contemporary life, using urban and rural landscapes, as well as moving figures, to bring time-honoured artistic genres into the twenty-first century. Working in a variety of media, Opie draws inspiration from both high art, design and the vernacular; lightbox advertising, billboard signs, Japanese Manga, seventeenth and eighteenth-century portraiture, nineteenth-century silhouettes, Roman busts and ancient Egyptian art.
This new series consists of six laser-cut reliefs, presented in sprayed white frames specified by the artist. Now available to purchase individually or as a set of six, the works are being offered on a "first-come, first-served" basis and only a limited number of editions are available.
Forthcoming solo exhibitions of new work by Opie will open at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, London, in Summer 2021 and at Cristea Roberts Gallery, London, in Autumn 2021. At the time of our exhibition we will also be publishing a comprehensively illustrated catalogue of all Opie’s editions dating from 2015 to 2021 which will include Street., illustrated below.
Contact [email protected] if you would like to receive prices or require any further information. As the gallery is currently closed to the public, we are not able to answer telephone enquiries for this edition.
Julian Opie: Street.
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About the artist
About Julian Opie
Julian Opie was born in London in 1958. He studied at Goldsmiths College, London, from 1979 to 1982. Opie has presented recent institutional exhibitions at Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon (2020); F1963, Busan (2018); National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2018); National Portrait Gallery, London (2017); Suwon Ipark Museum, Suwon (2017); Fosun Foundation, Shanghai (2017); Fundacion Bancaja, Valencia (2017); Krobath Vienna, Austria (2016); Kunsthalle Helsinki (2015); SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo (2014); and Holburne Museum, Bath (2013).
Image: Julian., 2013, by Julian Opie