Etching (set of 3)
Edition of 60
94 x 102,9 cm (37 x 40.5 in.) 94 x 110,5 cm (37 x 43.5 in.) 94 x 110,5 cm (37 x 43.5 in.)
Signed and numbered
In mint condition
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Bernar Venet is a conceptual artist best known for his resourcefulness in a variety of media including drawing, paintings, prints, sculpture, installations, design, music, and musical composition, and for his wide range of expression.
“My sculpture is based on concepts that appear to be divergent […]: order and disorder, the determinate and indeterminate.” — Bernar Venet
In the middle of the 1970ies, he made the line the central subject of his work. Whereas in a scientific context a line is a clearly defined geometric form, Bernar Venet used this simple geometric form to demonstrate divergent concepts. The line is not simply a line, in fact, it seems to move, and it looks like a three-dimensional, unstable figure. It essentially forces the viewer to follow its course in search of the beginning and the end.