4 color screenprint on Mohawk 110lb cover, 18"x24", 2016
Made in Brooklyn, NY. Standard 18"x24" size for easy and affordable framing or let us frame it in our hand made Vermont maple museum frame featuring walnut splines, archival UV blocking glazing and acid free mounting.
This print was inspired by a Sol LeWitt drawing that depicts all of the possible combinations of vertical yellow lines, horizontal black lines, and diagonal red and blue lines. In my version, the colors have been "updated" to cyan, magenta, yellow, and black: the ink colors used in contemporary four color printing. The top row shows the pure colors, the second row has the 2-part combinations, the third row is the 3-part combinations, and the bottom row is a single rectangle with all four colors combined.
Eric Doeringer is an artist based in New York who remakes works by other contemporary artists. He has recently had solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Baltimore, and Dallas. s artwork has been included in shows at MoMA PS1, The Brooklyn Museum, Mass MoCA, La Musee Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, de Appel Arts Center (Amsterdam), MUSAC (Spain), and Museum Brandhorst (Germany); and in the books Wild Art (Phaidon) and Various Small Books (MIT Press).
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