John Armleder

Artwork

Ancient Imperial Horses (49/48), 2014
John Armleder

Ancient Imperial Horses (49/48), 2014

Silkscreen

40 x 40 in

$4,500.00

Divisions (41/48), 2016
John Armleder

Divisions (41/48), 2016

Screenprint

40 x 40 in

$3,300.00

End of Line (9/48), 2016
John Armleder

End of Line (9/48), 2016

Screenprint

40 x 40 in

$3,300.00

Lampe (Portfolio in case) (39/45), 2008
John Armleder

Lampe (Portfolio in case) (39/45), 2008

Portfolio of three lithographs

39.25 x 27.50 in

5,000/portfolio

Lanterne Chinoise (LC 1-5) (9/40), 2008
John Armleder

Lanterne Chinoise (LC 1-5) (9/40), 2008

Portfolio of five color lithographs

30 x 22 in

8,000/portfolio

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John Armleder
John Armleder (Swiss, 1948 - ) John Armleder studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Geneva (1966-7) and at the Glamorgan Summer School, Britain (1969), becoming one of the most influential Swiss artists of his generation, with his paintings, installations, sculptures, performances and print work. His work shaped around the time that he spent with Fluxus in the 1960's/70's, "Fluxus" being an international and interdisciplinary group of artists, composers, designers and poets. Also associated with Neo-Geo (Neo-Geometric Conceptualism) in the 1980s for his furniture sculptures. His work is often varies greatly in form and content, but are all based on the element of chance. Armleder’s work often calls into question the definition of art, creating wallpaper, room-size installations and using furniture as sculpture or to accent his paintings in exhibitions. Though one theme has remained constant throughout his career, Armleder continues to avoid associating his artistic practice with any type of manifesto. Armleder, with Patrick Lucchini and Claude Rychner, founded the Galerie Ecart, it served as a performance art space and independent publishing house. ​ Armleder’s work can be found in many international museum's permanent collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York; Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Moderna Museet in Sweden; Sammlung Ludwig in Switzerland and has represented Switzerland in the Venice Biennial.
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