Artist: García de Marina
Photograph edition: signed and numbered by the artist - limited edition of 15
Materials: digital print with pigmented ink on 310 gram Canson Infinity Rag Photographic cotton paper
Dimensions: 60 (h) x 40 (w) cm / 23.5 (h) x 15.7 (w) inches
Price: £700 - unframed
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García de Marina 'untitled'
Garcia de Marina was born in 1975 in Gijón, Spain and currently lives and works in Gijón. He is best known as a conceptual photographer and one of Spain’s leading visual poets. Over the past decade, García de Marina has developed an extensive practice, honing a unique visual vocabulary of photographed assemblages in which he combines disparate everyday objects to analyse the construction and limits of language.
Combining surrealist poetics with a minimal aesthetic, García de Marina’s work challenges conventional understandings by re-contextualising familiar objects like mirrors, pencils, padlocks, cutlery and clocks, stripping away their functionality by placing them in unexpected combinations to construct new meaning. By leaving each work untitled, de Marina welcomes free interpretation, provoking dialogue between the work and the viewer in which the idea offered is allowed to form in the mind of the observer.
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