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Forbidden Colours

€4,000.00 €4,000.00 Edition of 50

92cm x 58cm 92cm x 58cm


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Growing up during the civil war in 1990s Algeria, Adel Abdessemed has lived the violence detectable in his work. Forbidden Colours, an edition of 50, creates static beauty from a moment inspired by unrest. Printed on Somerset 330gsm satin white paper, using a two-colour lithograph technique, and finished with a silkscreen high gloss varnish. Each one is signed and numbered. 
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Adel Abdessemed is no stranger to controversy. His violent work is a vast collection of hard-hitting provocations executed with discerning sensitivity, serving both to reflect and antagonise the world he operates within. Working across sculpture, film, drawing, installation, live ‘acts’ and photography, Abdessemed is a world-class contemporary polymath who remains the youngest artist in history to be given a solo retrospective at the Pompidou Centre.