Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Contemporary art by artists born in Mexico

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Stefan Brüggemann

Joke & Definition (portfolio of 6), 2011

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,000

Dr Lakra

Beso, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 750

Dr Lakra

Untitled, 2008

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Lithograph

EUR 750

Dr Lakra

Soñando (Cautivos), 2009

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EUR 750

Dr Lakra

Untitled Blue, 2008

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USD 1,750

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #3, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #6, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #7, 2008

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Etching

USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #8, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #5, 2008

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Etching

USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #9, 2008

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Etching

USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #10, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #2, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #4, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled, #1, 2008

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USD 1,500

Dr Lakra

Untitled Green, 2008

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USD 1,750

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Avant-garde

Unusual and experimental ideas in arts or on the side of people introducing the ideas. The ideas push the boundaries or limits of what is accepted as the status quo or norm in the realm of culture. The movement is liked by artists and many of them continue doing it tracing Dada's history through situationists all the way to the post modern artists.

Concrete art

Art movement that strongly emphasizes on abstraction. The term concrete was coined by the artist Theo Van Doesburg as he founded a group in the 1930s called "Art Concret" together with four other artists namely Heinz Mack, Yaacov Agam, Pol Bury and Jesus Soto Rafael. Concrete art can include both sculpture and painting..

Eat Art

EAT( Experiments in Art and Technology) was a movement formed to develop and build collaborations between engineers and artists. It worked by contacting artists and engineers on a person-to-person basis. It was originally launched by artists Robert Whitman and Robert Rauschenberg and engineers Fred Waldhauer and Billy Kluver in 1967. The movement carried out activities and projects that expanded artist's role in the contemporary society.

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