Martin Disler[no title] 1981

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Artist
Martin Disler (1949‑1996)
Date 1981
MediumEtching on paper
Dimensionsimage: 530 x 737 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1983
Reference
P07841
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Catalogue entry

P07841 [from] Endless Modern Licking of Crashing Globe by Black Doggie - Time Bomb 1981 [P07839-P07846; P07990; complete]

Eight etchings each approx. 20 7/8 × 28 3/4 (530 × 730) on Van Gelder paper approx. 22 7/8 × 29 1/2 (556 × 750), printed by Paul Marcus at Aeropress Inc., New York and published by Peter Blum Editions, New York and Zurich (the portfolio is accompanied by a cassette tape and a pen-knife mounted on board)
Each inscribed ‘Martin Disler’ b.r. and ‘49/49’; each impressed with the printer's stamp
Purchased from Peter Blum Editions (Grant-in-Aid) 1983
Lit: Dieter Hall, ‘Eine Neue Grafik-Edition’, Du no.9, 1981, p.124 (repr.); Bice Curiger, Looks et Tenebrae, New York and Zurich, 1984, pp.111–21 (repr.pp… (read more)

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