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Re-make/Re-model skateboard

Limited edition skateboard


Artwork by Charles Lutz

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  • Composition: Wood
  • Dimensions: Height: 82 cm Width: 21 cm
  • Product code:58010093WN

You will receive the artwork in 15 to 20 days. Due to special handling and documentation, we require a little longer than our usual delivery times.

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About the work
Re-make/Re-model skateboard, 2012 by Charles Lutz. Silkscreen print on plywood. 25-piece edition. Signed and numbered. Released on the occasion of the artist's show "Re-Make/Re-Model", the piece is based on an overexposed and filtered section of a still from the video by Roxy Music for the song with the same name.
About the artist
Charles Lutz: Lutz's paintings and sculptures confront socioeconomic issues present in society at large sometimes using the world of Contemporary Art as a mirror. His work challenges the notion of originality through the use of found imagery ranging from auction catalogues to contemporary advertising, stock photography to Photoshop filters, and music videos to surveillance videos to name a few. Lutz is currently working on installations for the Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, the Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, and his first major solo show at New York's C24 Gallery for January 2013. His work has been reviewed in publications such as, The Wall Street Journal, Surface Magazine, Time Out New York and on our side of the Atlantic, The Independent. He has exhibited internationally including group exhibitions at the historic Terminal 5 at JFK Airport, New York, and the Olin Gallery at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia. He holds a BA in painting from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. (Born: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1982)
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