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Michael Craig-Martin at Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong

June 19, 2014 by Kay

12th June-16th August 2014
Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong

I started making drawings of ordinary objects, one at a time, in 1977. I drew them on A4 paper with a pencil and then traced them in very fine tape onto acetate to remove all trace of their being handmade. I had no idea where they might take me, and it would have been inconceivable to me that they would remain at the center of my work to this day. I intended them to be “styleless,” but over the years the way they look has come to be recognizable as my style. — Michael Craig-Martin

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