Original lithograph by Gunther Uëcker (*).
This work was published on the occasion of the artist's solo exhibition at Erker Galerie St. Gallen, between 1 December 1979 and 15 March 1980, under the supervision of Gunther Uëcker.
Signed by hand by the artist.
Includes certificate of authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 86 x 63 cm
Condition: Excellent (this work has never been framed or exhibited, and always preserved in professional art folder, so it is kept in perfect condition).
Origin: Private collection.
The work will be carefully handled and packaged in a reinforced cardboard package. Registered shipping with a tracking number.
The shipment will also include transport insurance for the final value of the work, with full refund in case of loss or damage, at no cost to the buyer.
(*) Günther Uecker (born 1930, Wendorf) is a German artist and member of the ZERO movement, best known for his characteristic use of screws arranged in tactile and sculptural paintings. Following his interest in Oriental philosophies, Uecker's use of screws on canvas served as a meditative ritual, with the repetitive nature of hammering, transforming his theories into a lived artistic practice. First drawn to the painting style of socialist realism while studying in postwar Berlin, Uecker began creating reliefs in 1957. The artist met John Cage in 1959, who influenced the scope of his practice. In Uecker's later work, the artist simply initiates a project and allows him to get where he needs to go, wherever it is, even if it's finally out of his hands. In 1961, after joining the ZERO group alongside Heinz Mack and Otto Piene, Uecker expanded his practice to include public participation. The artist currently lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. Uecker's works are in the collections of the Chicago Institute of Art, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, among others.
All the special objects on offer in our #StandWithUkraine auction have been donated by our seller community, and all the proceeds - including commissions - will be donated to an international relief fund for the humanitarian response in Ukraine. Catawiki has committed to double the commissions from this auction.
Show your support by bidding on these special objects.