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#161 Liliana Porter

Liliana Porter (b. 1941, Argentina)
Wrinkle, 1968

Conceptual photo-etching… sweet 🙂

Just the kind of print I may find myself doing. Print of a paper on paper. Simplicity full of graphical beauty.

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#148 François Morellet

Fran̤ois Morellet (b. 1926, France Рd. 2016)
La Défonce, 1990

Paris, France

Monumental minimalism again.

But I do like his smaller works a lot, too.
His obsession with mathematics and geometry appeals to me, as I do see a lot of aesthetics in there, too – and very conceptual aesthetics at that. That nevertheless are embodied and eye-pleasing 🙂

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#096 Napanangka Padoon

Napanangka Padoon (b. 1938, Australia – d. 2019)
Nakarra Nakarra, 2005

AGNSW Sydney, visited on 07/09/2019

Awesome etchings.

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#072 Susie Bootja Bootja Napaltjarri

Susie Bootja Bootja Napaltjarri (b. 1932, Australia – d. 2003, Australia)
Kaningarra, 2002

AGNSW, Sydney, visited 07/09/2019

I like those dots forming landscapes and mindscapes so much… They work so well in print… I’d be willing to do something along those lines myself, just need to figure out an entry point that would not be disrespectful towards the highly charged tradition…

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#062 Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley (b. 1950, UK)
Untitled, 1990 (plate 4 from Body and Soul Portfolio)

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#061 Bea Maddock

Bea Maddock (b. 1934, Australia – d. 2016, Australia)
Square Drawing I, 1972 (reworked 1981)

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#060 Anthony Lusk

Anthony Lusk, (b. 1942, Australia)
Meter cover, 1978

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#046 Martin Creed

Martin Creed (b. 1968, UK)
Work No. 189, Thirty Nine metronomes beating time, one at every speed, 1998

Linked in from GOMA

In principle, I should like him. Working on it.

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#043 Jerrod Galanin

Jerrod Galanin (b. 1977, USA)
Life/Death in the abyss, 2015

Linked in from Jerrod Galanin’s Facebook

After prints were made, the plates were turned into bracelets.
Pattern referring to the cycle of life came to involve the actual materials, too.

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#033 Performprint

Performprint (Australia)

Conceptual performative printmaking, occasionally with sound… !!!