Günther Uecker created the first nail paintings, which have since made him famous, in the 1950s. The white-dyed reliefs consisting of clusters of nails are arranged in a way that gives the appearance of an evolving collective dynamic. With those works as a starting-point Uecker developed almost systematic studies of material, form and movement that have been a common theme in his works ever since. In his embossed prints he plays with the material, only a trace of the nail remains as a reference to the often cited object.
- Graphein A
- approx. 19.69 x 27.56 in (convert to cm)
- print – embossed printing on handmade paper
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- signed, numbered and dated
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