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Simon Mullan

Untitled, 2017

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Simon Mullan

Straddling the worlds of political and personal discourse, Simon Mullan takes a daring artistic position that calls upon viewers to reassess their response to objects—and in particular, to those steeped in working-class signification. Mullan’s attention is largely focused on bathroom tiles and bomber jackets, the former for its association with skilled labor and the later for its connection to a multitude of political and cultural subgroups. Whether breaking down a garment, questioning traditional masculinity, or creating complexity out of the commonplace, Mullan offers a fascinating puzzle and the promise of being able to build new meaning.

Mullan was born in Kiel, Germany in 1981. He studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. He currently lives and works between Berlin and London. He has had solo exhibitions at Dittrich & Schlechtriem (Berlin); Galerie Nathalie Halgand (Vienna), Galerie Erik Nordenhake (Stockholm), as well as at the haubrok foundation FAHRBEREITSCHAFT in Berlin.

Straddling the worlds of political and personal discourse, Simon Mullan takes a daring artistic position that calls upon viewers to reassess their response to objects—and in particular, to those steeped in working-class signification. Mullan’s attention is largely focused on bathroom tiles and bomber jackets, the former for its association with skilled labor and the later for its connection to a multitude […] more

Untitled, 2017

Anyone familiar with Simon Mullan’s work will recognize this striking edition immediately: Untitled (2017) represents a fresh interpretation of the complex tiling pattern based on Euclidean geometry that has become one of the artist’s visual signatures across a number of his wall works and installations.

Mullan created this relief print by painting an original tile work with black ink, a handmade process that ensures each of the 33 prints in the edition bares individual characteristics. Whether a unique ink splatter pattern or variations in color field saturation, no two prints in this limited run are exactly alike. Signed and numbered on the front, this exclusive collaboration between the artist and Amazing Editions offers a special opportunity to collect a rare work on paper by this rising young artist.

Anyone familiar with Simon Mullan’s work will recognize this striking edition immediately: Untitled (2017) represents a fresh interpretation of the complex tiling pattern based on Euclidean geometry that has become one of the artist’s visual signatures across a number of his wall works and installations. Mullan created this relief print by painting an original tile […] more

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Simon Mullan
Untitled, 2017

Size:
84 x 59,5 cm

Material:
Relief print on paper


Edition:
33 + 4 AP, signed and numbered on the front

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Gustav Klimt

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