Rana Begum

WP511, 2021

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Year 2021
Medium Acrylic paint on paper
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 cm
Top pick Aaron Cezar, Director of Delfina Foundation

About the work

This work stems from the installation No.947, 2019 at Cristea Roberts, a wall painting which was produced in response to the title The Interaction of Colour. In 1963 Josef Albers published one of the most influential art and design books of the 20th century Interaction of Colour, as a handbook and teaching aid for his experimental way of observing, studying and teaching colour. Albers’ radical teaching was to have a direct influence on the generation of artists who followed him. The works shown in The Interaction of Colour, demonstrate a simple but staggering use of colour, tracing over 50 years of Albers’ influence.

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WP512, 2021

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