Hauser & Wirth Poster Archive

Günther Förg, 2020

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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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Günther Förg, 2020

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

Günther Förg

Günther Förg was born in 1952 in the region of Allgäu, Germany. His career began in the early 1970s as a student at The Academy of Fine Art Munich. During his studies, Förg developed a practice grounded almost exclusively in grey and black monochrome. These early investigations into gray—also called ‘Gitter’ paintings—demonstrate the beginning of a lifelong commitment to conceptualism. As he stated, ‘Grey is nothing: not white, not black. Something in between. Not concerned with the figure. Something free.’ While the artist later incorporated color into his monochrome series, his use of gray represents a neutral foundation from which he conceived his oeuvre.
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