Etching

Colin Glen — Re made II

£550.00£550.00inc VAT
OC9235
743 x 574 mm (29 x 23 inches)
Polymergravure etching
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered

"The specific object of the Bottlerack was chosen for the print due its significance as Marcel Duchamp's first readymade of 1914, a quotidian object that can still be acquired and used (for drying bottles) - but it is also an iconic image from the history of modern art known principally through its photograph - generally representing the move from the hand-made artwork to that in which ideas are more important.

Incidentally, the title Re   made takes the word 'readymade' and removes three letters to be instead about reproduction, but with something missing. In the process of titling the prints in 2H pencil you can see a ghost images of the letters which have been 'removed'."

Colin Glen

Colin Glen

Born in Edinburgh in 1968, Colin lives and works in Stroud, Gloucestershire with his wife and four children. On completing his BA in Art and Art History at Goldsmiths College, University of London, he returned to Gloucestershire to focus on making drawings in the landscape. He achieved an MA in Art History at Birkbeck College, University of London in 2001 and has held the position of studio assistant to Damien Hirst from 1998-2004 and 2010-2011. 

He writes for Art monthly and a-n magazines as well as producing essays on Rachel Howard, Rob and Nick Carter and Oliver Marsden. He has exhibited regularly at SVA in Stroud and also shown at Trolley Gallery and the Forest of Dean Sculpture Park in 2009, JGM Galerie Paris in 2008, and Bankley Studios in 2006 - and has work in the Murderme and Groucho Club collections. He is a trustee of SVA and is currently completing a research degree at the University of Bristol. He is showing work with TJ Boulting, the gallery arm of Trolley Books, in the near future.

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