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Richard Wright


Untitled Figure 1

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About this artwork

This screenprinted image brings together circles and lines in an Op Art style pattern exploring illusory depth and perspective. This is the first in a portfolio of six created for the ‘Gagosian Gallery Poster Edition’. Each print was named ‘Untitled Figure’ and numbered from one to six. These prints were initially conceived as a series of posters to be pasted onto internal or external walls. Wright is best known for his temporary wall drawings which are painted over once the exhibition is finished. These works on paper are similarly fragile, as curator Katrina Brown points out, ‘…they can… be rolled up, torn up – they are flimsy. Only when on the wall do they discover their solidity. Like the wall drawings, their hold on the world is slight.’

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Artist:
Richard Wright (born 1960) English Scottish
Title:
Untitled Figure 1
Date:
2002
Materials:
Two colour silkscreen on paper
Measurements:
83.50 x 104.00 cm
Object type:
Work on paper
Credit line:
Purchased 2003
Accession number:
GMA 4676 A
Gallery:
Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art (Modern Two) (Print Room)
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Glossary:
Op art

Richard Wright