Tadashi Kawamata: UntitledSold Out
87.8 X 62 cms
Edition of 180
Hand signed and numbered by the artist
£500 (incl. VAT)
Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata (born 1953) is known for his ephemeral architectural structures and for the unusual research and planning that precedes their construction.
This limited edition print was conceived by the artist and produced on the occasion of the Relocation Project on the Serpentine Gallery Lawn. Kawamata’s installation was the final work on the Serpentine Gallery lawn before the gallery re-opened after its renovation, and was also the final installation in the gallery’s Inside Out program in 1997.
Kawamata used materials salvaged from the gallery’s renovation and incorporated elements of the original building’s architecture such as doors and window frames. The public were able to watch Kawamata work and walk through the finished installation.
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