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Angela Bulloch

Turq. Totem Detail, 2018

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Angela Bulloch

Angela Bulloch’s career began in the late 1980s when, as a fresh graduate of London’s Goldsmiths College, she took part in "Freeze"—the now-legendary 1988 exhibition that helped cement the YBA generation. Bulloch, however, has consistently set herself apart from many of her contemporaries by eschewing shock tactics in favor of a minimalistic approach that celebrates the aesthetic beauty of order and the sensuality of form. Conceptually rigorous, yet never shying away from humor, her work jumps across the boundaries of media, using sculpture, light, video, and sound to immerse viewers in a multi-sensory exploration of the systems that structure social behavior.

Born in Rainy River, Canada in 1966, Bulloch was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1997 and the Preis der Nationalgalerie in 2005. Palais de Tokyo, Vienna Secession, The Hayward Gallery, Tate Liverpool, and both New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim Museum are among the renowned international institutions that have exhibited her work. She is now based in Berlin where she is represented by Esther Schipper.

Angela Bulloch’s career began in the late 1980s when, as a fresh graduate of London’s Goldsmiths College, she took part in "Freeze"—the now-legendary 1988 exhibition that helped cement the YBA generation. Bulloch, however, has consistently set herself apart from many of her contemporaries by eschewing shock tactics in favor of a minimalistic approach that celebrates the aesthetic beauty of order and the […] more

Turq. Totem Detail, 2018

Rhythmic variation of color has become one of Angela Bulloch’s signatures, from the pulsating lights of her well-known Pixel Boxes to the seemingly shifting presence of her more recent Stacks sculpture series. A hypnotic close-up of a 2017 powder-coated steelwork from the latter series, Turq. Totem Detail playfully transposes the physical experience of encountering one of these totemic sculptures onto a two-dimensional surface.

An exclusive collaboration between the artist and Amazing Editions, this limited edition of 50 archival pigment prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultrasmooth paper offers a fascinating perspective into the geometric complexity of Bulloch’s visual world. Both strikingly formal and elusively anthropomorphic, Turq. Totem Detail brings subtle variations of form and color into vivid focus while picking up on another common thread in Bulloch’s work—that is, leaving the final interpretation in the hand’s of the viewer.

Rhythmic variation of color has become one of Angela Bulloch’s signatures, from the pulsating lights of her well-known Pixel Boxes to the seemingly shifting presence of her more recent Stacks sculpture series. A hypnotic close-up of a 2017 powder-coated steelwork from the latter series, Turq. Totem Detail playfully transposes the physical experience of encountering one […] more

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Angela Bulloch
Turq. Totem Detail, 2018

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42 x 29,7 cm

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Archival inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultrasmooth

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50 + 5 AP with signed and numbered certificate

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Gustav Klimt

Art is a line around your thoughts.