Size: 12 X 16 INCHES
Condition: Very good
Description: Archival inkjet print.
Certificate of Authenticity with date, hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
About Artist: The Puerto Rican-born painter Enoc Perez is best known for his "brushless" paintings of modernist architecture. The process more closely resembles printmaking than traditional painting, and involves the artist drawing an image on one side of a sheet of paper, and coating the reverse in paint. Perez then affixes the painted side to a canvas and traces over the drawing to impress the image onto its surface. The effect distorts the lines into the cross-grained, seemingly weather-worn portraits of old hotels and nude figures that have become his signature.The work has become increasingly sought-after. In 2010, Perez joined Bill Acquavella's white-glove Upper East Side gallery, and he has held shows at Lever House and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Now, Perez says he has found the stability and confidence to begin experimenting even further. For his latest body of work, he plans to produce inkjet paintings that will deal with one of the most closely canvassed subjects in art history: Picasso.
Galerie Frank Fluegel is focused on Pop Art, Contemporary Art, and photography.
The gallery was founded in 1999. After moving w...
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