Martin BOYCE Concrete Autumn (repeat)  (2006)
Open-edition heliogravure on thick wove paper with embossed repeating pattern. Signed in pencil lower right. In very good condition - a wonderful contemporary print by Martin Boyce who won the Turner Prize 2011
For the Turner Prize Martin Boyce created an interactive landscape that included a library table, fallen leaves and a patterned ventilation grid. Most of his work since 2005 has been influenced by an image of four concrete trees by the artists Jan and Joel Martel. If the trees were made of concrete what were the leaves made of – and what is happening in the autumn? Did fragments of concrete fall from the trees?
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