Original limited edition fine art print by Ed Ruscha – Titled: LC dated 1997.
Serigraphy on Somerset satin paper signed and dated on lower right in pencil by the artist and Roman numeral numbering on lower left. One of an edition of 90 signed, dated and Roman numeral numbered serigraphs.
Publisher: Jean-Christophe Castelli New York (90th Birthday Portfolio)
Catalogue raisonné: Siri Engburg 260
Dimensions: 94 x 68.5 cm – 37 x 27 in.
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Ed RUSCHA (1937) – Edward Ruscha
Edward Joseph Ruscha is born on December 16, 1937. He is an American artist associated with the pop art movement. He has worked in the media of painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, and film.
Ruscha lives and works in Culver City, California.
Ruscha moved to Los Angeles in 1956. Ruscha came to prominence there in the late 1950s when he began making small collages similar to those of Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg. Soon he began to refine his collages, isolating and recombining words and images in increasingly subtle and unique ways. Because he drew upon sources from the real world and embraced the vulgar techniques and imagery of commercial culture, his work is associated with Pop art. However, Ruscha seldom seemed to be making art about other art.
Ruscha used unconventional materials in his graphic work of the late 1960s and 1970s: he drew with gunpowder and painted and printed with foodstuffs and with a variety of organic substances such as blood and the medicine Pepto-Bismol. He was well known for his depiction of words and phrases and for the books he published of his series of deadpan photographs. Such work was influential for the development of conceptual art, although Ruscha’s pieces have a characteristic low-key humour. In the 1980s Ruscha’s work was characterized by a further exploration of the image.
A major travelling retrospective was organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 1982–3, and in 1985.
Ruscha was commissioned to design a series of murals for the Miami–Dade Public Library in Florida, designed by architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee.
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March 4, 2021
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