Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is ink?

What is ink?

Ink is a colored liquid or paste used writing, drawing, painting and printing. It is also the term used to describe the process of marking, covering, staining, drawing or tracing over pencil using ink. Ink is applied using various tools, such as pens, and brushes.

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Joe Bradley

Untitled, 2014

Limited Edition Print

Ink

USD 1,500

Jan Fabre

Composition , 1995

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 7,200

Laura Owens

Untitled, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Ink

USD 17,750

Sol LeWitt

Postcard drawing #3, 1989

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 3,000

Sol LeWitt

Postcard drawing #2, 1989

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 3,000

Sol LeWitt

Postcard drawing #1, 1989

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 3,000

John Armleder

Étude, 1966

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 4,000

Alex Katz

Laura 5, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Ink

USD 3,090

Sandro Chia

Deux personnes Appuyés s/Maison, 1978

Drawing / Watercolor

Ink

EUR 1,250

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Ceramics

Ceramics is an art form using clay to create objects. The clay is shaped, molded and formed by hand, using specialized tools, and baked, or fired, in a high temperature oven, or kiln. Decorative color, special glazes, are painted on, and fired again to finish.

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.

Funk Art

In the 1960s, Fun Art was a reactive movement against abstract exressionism. It was widely known as an anti-establishment movement, the name comes from the jazz term "funky". This had positive and negative notations as the term in the jazz world, described passion, quirkyness, and sensuality, while it could also be associated with a foul odor. Funk was popular in California Bay Area, and while the artists of the Funk Art era had similar attitudes and artwork, they did not consider themselves as a part of a group movement.

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