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Description

HELICA COOK'S BLUE (HEADS)

2018

Etching on Velin Arches 400gsm, with deckled edges.

Signed, dated and numbered.

75 × 75 cm

Edition 11 of 25

Framed

Guide Price: £2,100

Brian Eno is an English musician, record producer and visual artist known as one of the principal innovators of ambient music and generative painting. He joined Roxy Music as synthesiser player in 1971. He also collaborated with artists such as David Bowie and David Byrne, and produced albums for Jon Hassell, Talking Heads and Devo, and the nowave compilation No New York (1978). Eno has worked with and produced albums by U2, Laurie Anderson, Grace Jones, Coldplay and James Blake. His current work includes light boxes, etchings and lenticular printing as well as sculptural and sound works. His light boxes seamlessly phase through combinations of seductive self-generated ‘colourscapes’ using a series of interwoven LED lights. Their minimal compositions, make reference to early Russian art, Mondrian, and Suprematism in particular. Recent exhibitions include ‘The Surrenderer’ Paul Stolper Gallery, 2021, ‘Reflected’ Perugia, Italy, National Gallery of Umbria 2020 and Galleria Michela Rizzo, 2020.

Terms and Conditions: Please note all works will be available for collection from Wednesday 17 November 2021 at Freedom from Torture offices, 111 Isledon Road, London N7 7JW. The artwork will be safely stored, free of charge until Friday 17 December 2021. Alternatively, Freedom from Torture can help organise national and international delivery of artworks through a third party, to the winner. The winning bidder will be responsible for all delivery costs and will be invoiced directly by the third party.

Lot No.: EL89-96-00020
Kindly donated by Brian Eno and The Paul Stolper Gallery