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David Shrigley – Learn to Draw


Edition Edition of 100

Signature Signed and numbered by the artist
Year 2014
Material Linocut on paper

Size 39 x 29 cm [15.4 x 11.5 inches]

David Shrigley – Learn to Draw, Edition of 100, Signed and numbered by the artist, Year 2014 Material, linocut, Size 39 x 29 cm [15.4 x 11.5 inches]

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About David Shrigley

The British artist David Shrigley was born in 1968 in Macclesfield, England. He lived in Glasgow for 27 years and in Brighton since 2015. In Glasgow he studied Environmental Art at the Glasgow School of Art. Shrigley has perfected black humour by being unmistakable with his awkward-looking drawings. As an outsider in the art world, Shrigley is known for his flat compositions, which reflect the unnecessary, bizarre and disturbing aspects of everyday life. His works, which combine both image and writing, are reminiscent of cartoons. Shrigley's chosen stylistic devices are concentrated on a single sheet of paper - at the moment of irony.  His art works can be found in renowned and large collections of contemporary art, including the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the Tate in London and the MoMA in New York.

Der britische Künstler David Shrigley wurde 1968 in Macclesfield, England, geboren. Er lebte 27 Jahre in Glasgow und seit 2015 in Brighton. In Glasgow studierte er Umwelt-Kunstan der Glasgow School of Art. Shrigley hat den schwarzen Humor perfektioniert, indem er unverwechselbar mit seinen ungelenk wirkenden Zeichnungen ist. Als Außenseiter in der Kunstwelt ist Shrigley bekannt für seine flachen Kompositionen, die das Unnötige, Bizarre und Beunruhigende des Alltags wiederspiegeln. Seine Werke, die sowohl Bild als auch Schrift kombinieren, erinnern an Cartoons. Shrigleys gewählte Stilmittel konzentrieren sich auf einem einzelnen Blatt Papier – im Moment der Ironie.  Seine Kunstwerke finden sich in renommierten und großen Sammlungen der Gegenwartskunst wieder: Pinakothek der Moderne in München, das Tate in London sowie das MoMA in New York zählen dazu.