Hauser & Wirth Poster Archive

Anj Smith, 2018

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Description

Hauser & Wirth presents a selection of exhibition posters from our archive to celebrate some of the artists who have shaped the gallery over the past 30 years. With a choice of two sizes, each poster is printed to order using a fine art Giclée process on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper, shipping worldwide from our printing and framing partners in Germany and the UK.

Details

  • Fine art quality Giclée printing
  • Two size options
  • Hahnemuhle German Etching paper
  • Printed to order
  • 80 year archival life
  • 100% end-to-end carbon neutral service
  • Frame option: professionally framed, sustainable wood moulding with black satin finish.

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Anj Smith, 2018

42 x 59cm / 16.5 x 23.4in
42 x 59cm / 16.5 x 23.4in
59 x 84cm / 23.4 x 33.1in
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Regular price
$55.00
Sale price
$55.00
Regular price
| INC. VAT

Print Process

Fine art quality Giclée

Media

310 gsm Hahnemuhle German Etching paper

Sustainablity

Printed to order, 100% end-to-end carbon neutral service

Options

A1 and A2 sizes, framed or unframed

Hauser & Wirth Poster Archive

The Artist

Anj Smith

‘I love the idea that painting, pointless technologically, can still hypnotise and seduce us. For me, this is where the uniquely profound nature of painting is located, as no other medium offers this specific legacy. Its multiple deaths, resuscitations and evolutions make it especially apt in negotiating the great global & personal uncertainties of now. This difficult, baggage-ridden, faltering yet essentially surviving medium enables me to excavate often-overlooked art histories. These then filter down, combining with my lived experiences to form the layers of the work. Painting can facilitate the complexity of all of this, allowing me to explore the very edges of representation.’
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