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PAUL STOLPER GALLERY - Print

Along The Road To Serfdom

Print

PAUL STOLPER GALLERY 

Artwork by Sarah Hardacre

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EUR 700,00
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  • Purple
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  • Composition: Paper, Silkscreen print, Swarovski Crystal
  • Dimensions: Height: 100 cm Width: 70 cm
  • Product code:58009695VO

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About the work
Along the Road to Serfdom, Sarah Hardacre 2012. Handmade silkscreen print on Somerset Satin tub-sized 410 gsm paper in 3 colours, with Swarovski crystal detailing. Edition of 20. Signed, titled and numbered by the artist. The modern concrete skyline of Salford forms a graphic contrast with the physical sensuality of the model.
About the artist
Sarah Hardacre’s silkscreen prints reveal Modernist architectural skylines taken from the Salford Local History Archive together with images of women from second-hand gentlemen’s magazines. While these works can be read with a feminist critique; the sensuous female body overlaying the phallic-like uprising of modern architecture, Hardacre’s practice is largely a ‘preoccupation with Modernism as a legacy of the welfare state and how concrete and class came to be connected’ Sarah Hardacre lives and works in Salford. Her work is included in the collections of The British Museum, The British Council and private collections worldwide.
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