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"Untitled" as part of the 2017 NICC Edition Set

"Untitled" as part of the 2017 NICC Edition Set - Joelle Tuerlinckx

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"Untitled" as part of the 2017 NICC Edition Set

Joelle Tuerlinckx

Print
29,5 x 41,5 cm / 11.61 x 16.34 inch
Unique work in a series of 30 variations, signed and numbered by the artist

  • Medium: Manipulated colour Xerox print on paper
  • This edition is part of the 2017 NICC Edition Set together with 5 other editions
  • This work is unframed
  • Ships in Belgium in 5 to 10 business days

about this work

This edition is part of an edition set produced by NICC to generate financial support for their program. As an artist-run organisation advocating artists rights, they initiate debates about the social position of art via public events.

The 2017 NICC Edition Set brings together six artist prints by as many artists in a high-quality linen folder. Have a look at the individual artist pages to read more about each artist’s practice.

Michaël Van den Abeele
Space on Jeans, 2016 
Colour Xerox print on paper 
Edition of 30 copies, signed and numbered by the artist 
Dimensions 29,5 x 41,5 cm

Joelle Tuerlinckx
Untitled, 2016
Manipulated colour Xerox print on paper 
Unique work in a series of 30 copies, signed and numbered by the artist  
Dimensions 29,5 x 41,5 cm

Sarah & Charles 
History is a construction whose plot line is in constant flux, 2015 
Silkscreen print with vynil stickering on paper 
Unique work in a series of 30 variations, signed and numbered by the artists.
Dimensions 34,5 x 50 cm

Aline Bouvy
You. Gorgeous, 2016 
Silkscreen print and methylene blue on paper 
Unique work in a series of 30 variations, signed and numbered by the artist. 
Dimensions 35 x 50 cm

Claire Fontaine
Untitled, 2016 
Silkscreen print on paper 
Edition of 30 copies, signed and numbered by the artist 
Dimensions 51 x 35 cm 

Kasper Bosmans
Untitled, 2016
Silkscreen print, paint and collage on paper 
Unique work in a series of 30 variations, signed and numbered by the artist
Dimensions 27,5 x 39 cm

 

 

- Please note that the editions of Sarah & Charles, Kasper Bosmans, Joelle Tuerlinckx and Aline Bouvy are all unique works in a series of 30 variations. – so the works you’ll receive at home might look slightly different from the ones pictured here.

- Please also note that while this is an edition set of 30 copies (plus 10 APs), both the print of Joelle Tuerlinckx and Claire Fontaine are numbered incorrectly on 40 copies.

about Joelle Tuerlinckx

°1958, Brussels (BE) – lives and works in Brussels (BE)

Joelle Tuerlinckx’s art is based on a sustained and time-consuming engagement with simple things. For three decades, she has gathered found items or articles of daily use that crossed her path and methodically collected them in a comprehensive archive. These objects have inspired her to reflect on what it means to be a human being—they are, to use the artist’s term, elements of the real.

Her work grows out of the observation, experimental application, and, as she calls it, transcription of these elements: a kind of (re)reading that seeks to strip them of their ostensible banality and comprehend and show them for what they truly are. To this end, Tuerlinckx employs a wide range of sculptural and painterly approaches, including the manufacture of replicas and the translation of objects into different materials. She plays with shifts of scale and alterations of surface textures, which she manipulates with techniques like colorizing or scanning and reprinting.

(courtesy of Kunstmuseum Basel)

Joelle Tuerlinckx has had solo exhibitions at institutions such as Kunstmuseum Basel; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Arnolfini, Bristol; Wiels, Brussels; Reina Sofia, Madrid; Mamco, Geneva; The Power Plant, Toronto; The Renaissance Society, Chicago; S.M.A.K, Ghent; and Witte de With, Rotterdam.

Group shows include Museum der Moderne, Salzburg; IAC, Villeurbanne; Secession, Vienna; Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro; Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht; Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; M HKA, Antwerp; Generali Foundation, Vienna; Gemeentemuseum, The Hague; and MoMA, New York.

Upcoming projects include the 2017 Skulpturen Projekte in Münster, and a big solo exhibition in Dia, Beacon in 2018.

Joelle Tuerlinckx is represented by the following gallery;
click through to discover more of her work.

Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne / Berlin  

Nächst St. Stephan, Vienna 

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