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Julian Opie Felicia

Julian Opie Felicia is an Inkjet print on Epson Premium Semigloss Photo Paper, Dry-Mounted to Aluminium and Presented in Black Tulip Wood Frame Specified by the artist himself. Felicia is signed, titled, dated and numbered.

Opie has created a stylized, fragmentary visual language that de-personalizes his subjects, but he includes details, such as an exotic flower in Muliati, Shop Assistant (2002), specific titles, and different colored background to distinguish each work. Opie has produced several continuous animations on LCD screens, such as Christine Blinking (1999) and Suzanne Walking (2002). A number of Opie’s works are displayed in public locations, such as Ann Dancing (2007), a sculpture of four LCD screens which was installed as part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. His work is included in several public collections, including the Tate Gallery in London, the National Museum of Art in Osaka, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He lives and works in London.

Title

Felicia

Year

2011

Medium

Inkjet print on Epson Premium Semigloss Photo Paper, Dry-Mounted to Aluminium and Presented in Black Tulip Wood Frame

Edition

40

Signature

signed, titled, dated and numbered

Size 41 x 21 (in)
104 x 68.5 (cm)
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Julian Opie Felicia is an Inkjet print on Epson Premium Semigloss Photo Paper, Dry-Mounted to Aluminium and Presented in Black Tulip Wood Frame Specified by the artist himself. Julian Opie Felicia is signed, titled, dated and numbered.

Opie has created a stylized, fragmentary visual language that de-personalizes his subjects, but he includes details, such as an exotic flower in Muliati, Shop Assistant (2002), specific titles, and different colored background to distinguish each work. Opie has produced several continuous animations on LCD screens, such as Christine Blinking (1999) and Suzanne Walking (2002). A number of Opie’s works are displayed in public locations, such as Ann Dancing (2007), a sculpture of four LCD screens which was installed as part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. His work is included in several public collections, including the Tate Gallery in London, the National Museum of Art in Osaka, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He lives and works in London.

Julian Opie is a contemporary British artist known for his distinctive depictions of figures, portraits, and landscapes. Julian Opie Felicia is a good example. The highly stylized treatment Opie gives his subjects—whereby features are created by thick black outlines and filled in with solid areas of flat color—is a blend of Pop Art and Minimalism with a wholly contemporary sensibility. “The process of reading things as simulations but knowing at the same time that they are real is quite central to my work,” Opie has observed of his own art. Born in 1958 in London, United Kingdom, Opie studied with Michael-Craig Martin at Goldsmiths in London during the early 1980s. His earliest works consisted of painted steel sculptures exploring the relationship between visual and spatial observation. Over time, the artist has expanded his practice to include painting, installation, and cover art for albums. The artist’s works are part of the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and others. Opie currently lives and works in his hometown of London, United Kingdom.

Julian Opie Felicia

Julian Opie Felicia

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Title

Felicia

Year

2011

Medium

Inkjet print on Epson Premium Semigloss Photo Paper, Dry-Mounted to Aluminium and Presented in Black Tulip Wood Frame

Edition

40

Signature

signed, titled, dated and numbered

Size 41 x 21 (in)
104 x 68.5 (cm)
Price Price on Request