Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Offset printing?

What is Offset printing?

Printing technique that transfers the inked image(offsets) to rubber blanket from a plate, then later to a printing surface. Combined with lithographic process based on water and oil repulsion, this technique attracts a film that is water based to keep the non-printing area ink free. Offset lithography was initially created to cut down expenses when reproducing artwork.

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Andreas Gursky

Untitled XVIII, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Opticks 020, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

GBP 1,400

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Opticks 036, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

GBP 1,400

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Opticks 008, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

GBP 1,400

Yoshitomo Nara

Real One, 2020

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

GBP 1,560

Mark Manders

Subcutanous trick, 2001

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

EUR 425

Javacheff Christo

Documenta/Kassel, 1968

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

EUR 2,000

Franz West

Lily of the West, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

EUR 2,130

Vanessa Beecroft

Performances, 2000

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

Franz Kline

Untitled, 1997

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

Duane Hanson

Tourists, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

Peter & David Fischl & Weiss

Untitled, Zurich Airport 2000, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

Takashi Murakami

Kansai Wildflowers Glowing, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

USD 3,100

Takashi Murakami

Korin: Azure River, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

USD 3,100

Massimo Vitali

Rosignano Dawn (Diptych), 2002

Photography

Offset Print

USD 2,500

Massimo Vitali

De Haan Kiss, 2002

Photography

Offset Print

USD 1,250

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Mono-Ha

Meaning "School of things" Mono-ha originated in Tokyo in the mid-1960s. Instead of traditional artwork, the artists of Mono-ha made use of the different materials and their various properties in their works to show dismay for the industrialization that was occurring in Japan at the time. The movement ended up gaining international attention and is a widely-respected form of art.

Pop art

Refers to an art movement that began in Britain in 1955 and late 1950s in the U.S. It challenged fine arts tradition by including popular culture imagery such as news and advertising. Pop art sometimes isolates and removes a material from its context and combines it with another unrelated material. This concept refers much to the attitudes that resulted in it and not on the art itself. Pop art employs comic books, advertising and other mass culture aspects. It is interpreted to have come as a reaction to abstract expressionism dominant ideas.

Intervention Art

Art that interacts with a previously existing audience, artwork, situation and venue/space. It has conceptual art's auspice and commonly takes the form of a performance art. It is associated with Dada Movement, Neo-Dadaists and Viennese Actionists. Stuckists have made much use of intervention art to effect other artwork's perceptions they are opposed to and or protest against the existing intervention.

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