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Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Christopher Wool 'Untitled' Poster
This work comes from a word painting by Wool: ‘The show is over. The audience get up to leave their seats. Time to collect their coats and go home. They turn round. No more coats and no more home.’ The quotation goes back to the Russian philosopher Vasily Rozanov and was called the best-possible definition of nihilism by the Situationist Raoul Veneigem.
In the original work, the posters were stacked on the ground 8" high and were to be taken by visitors of the exhibition, in line with other works by Gonzalez-Torres, most famously his candy spills, which he began creating in 1990.”
Material: Poster mounted on particle board
Dimensions: 37"W x .5"D x 55.5"H
Great Overall Condition
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