EROSIE X 108
'Aperto' 7-color screenprint
50 x 70 cm,
hand printed on Somerset Satin 300gsm, 100% cotton paper.
edition of 50.
signed and numbered, designed by Erosie and 108
frame not included.
About the artists:
Jeroen Erosie’s practice originates from the fluidity and restless process of graffiti lettering. This discipline - where lines, letters and shapes evolve gradually and almost imperceptibly towards unpredictable results - has been such at the core of his production it leaves a unique mark on all of his practice. His canvases, drawings and collages appear like a paused instant in a restless dynamic, a continuous morphing and superimposition of shapes, lines and textures.
108 aka Guido Bisagni, is regarded as one of the leading figure of Post-graffitism in Italy. He started his artistic research with a traditional approach to lettering and graffiti. At the end of the ’90 his style evolved in forms and themes as he begins to use numbers instead of letters as a name, to then morph into abstraction. His mysterious figures appear in abandoned places in the streets of Milan, Berlin, London, New York and Paris. His artistic practice involves as well sculpture, sound and installations that have been shown in many solo and group shows around the world, including the Venice Biennale and the Somerset House in London.
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