Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Tate’s Young Generation Selects Peter Phillips Works
The BP Spotlights Series, in partnership with the Tate Museum, is a series of exhibitions with in-depth displays that explore various themes. From April through September 2014, the BP Spotlight: Source explores six unique themes – one per month – and will feature artists such as Patrick Caulfield, Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Joe Tilson. BP Spotlight: Source is curated by Tate Collective London, a group of young people aged 15-25 years, who plan and develop events for other young people to experiment and engage with the Tate Collection. Four of Peter Phillips’ works will be shown as part of the exhibition: Two prints from the series Impeller (1972), Custom Print No. III (1965), and Untitled (1965).
August 2014 will be devoted to the theme of “Texture and Collage”. Referring to Phillips’ 1972 screenprint on paper Impeller as a key thematic example, Tate Britain remarks: “The mixture of textures in Peter Phillips Impeller, from machinery diagrams and graphic shapes to an animal illustration, reflects the way image manipulation software makes it easy to layer and assemble imagery and textures across different media.”
Ma dai, guardo il lotto 63 dell’Asta di oggi mercoledì 23 luglio e….
63 AUTORI VARI
Senza titolo, 1972
serigrafia su cartoncino fondo argento cm. 88×67, esemplare 75/100, firma e anno in basso a destra, Plura Edizioni.
PITTORE DEL XX SECOLO
serigrafia su carta cm. 70×91, esemplare E.A., reca firma indecifrabile in basso a destra.