A rare opportunity to own a genuine conversation piece. Whatever the makeup of your art collection, I guarantee this will be one of the most talked-about works, and much more interesting than a print. Martin Creed is a British Turner Prize winning artist represented by Hauser & Wirth. His work encompasses numerous mediums - from painting and drawing, to music, video, sculpture and performance - and is often intentionally designed to invite the onlooker to question art and their personal understanding of it, sometimes with a wry sense of humour.
Creeds work has been the subject of major surveys including the Hayward Gallery in London and the Armory in NYC. His works are held in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh, and the Tate Gallery in London, among others. Released to celebrate the opening of the artists first large-scale institutional retrospective in 2014 at the Hayward Gallery London, this thought-provoking edition of 250 is a rare chance to own a work that is essentially an edition of one of his most famous pieces, Work No. 309: A sheet of paper torn up' (2003) which is held in the Museum of Modern Arts permanent collection.
It quite literally consists of a torn A4 sheet of yellow paper, and so technically each piece is unique. This particular work is a very low single-digit number in the edition, and is very beautifully framed so that the torn paper is free-floating in the upper portion, so that it never settles in the same place twice.The framed dimensions are 26x30cm. The item "Martin Creed Work No. 140 signed editioned original artwork Turner Prize artist" is in sale since Friday, September 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Art\Mixed Media Art & Collage Art". The seller is "ejbartlett" and is located in Bristol.
This item can be shipped worldwide.