untitled (pink bird)

untitled (pink bird)

Edgardo Giménez, Argentine, 1942
Born: Argentina
silkscreen on paper
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Gift of the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA LLC)

Edgardo Giménez, Untitled (Pink Bird), 1973. Silkscreen on paper; 23¼ × 16½ in. Gift of the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA LLC), 2020.148. © Edgardo Giménez.

height: 23 1/4 in, 59.055 cm; width: 16 5/8 in, 42.2275 cm
Verso: 9 - Sticker in blue-black ink TLC Edgardo Gimenez Buenos Aires, Arg. - handwritten in cursive with pencil - TLC
Mayer Center, Latin American Art
Latin American Contemporary Art

These serigraphs by Edgardo Giménez from the 1970s are not known to be related to any particular artist, event, or promotion. Like many of his works, the artist plays with bold colors, floating abstract spaces, and figural representations, like this bird. This series of images explore how visual culture can impact our relationship with fables and fiction, a recurring theme across Giménez’s works.

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