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NY Post No Bills | Gottfried Salzmann


The NY Post No Bills (2013) giclée by Gottfried Salzmann is a stunning American-related artwork. His giclée represents a site specific scene. This has been a typical sign of Gottfried Salzmann's creative output of more or less, the last five decades. His style as captured in this giclée is one which is extremely responsive to the city environment at that spot.  In this particular piece for example, we are taken up, close and personal to a wall beyond which New York awaits to be explored while the wall itself declares Post No Bills and is marked by remnants of torn paper sheets and peeled off paint, clearly there since many years. This contrast and the pulse of the city can be captured by Salzmann alone and the artwork reflects the growth and development of a uniquely-refined and a very special one of a kind visual language. Salzmann has perfected the art of letting his local experience translate to a strong visual piece.

Year: 2013
Technique: Giclée
Edition #: 25
Signed: Lower right in pencil
Image Size: 54 x 39 cm (21.1" x 15.2")
Paper Size: 61 x 45 cm (23.8" x 17.6")
Condition: In excellent condition

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