Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Carborundum?

What is Carborundum?

Carborundum is the trademark name for silicon carbide crystals used as an abrasive material in sandpaper, cutting tools and grinding wheels. Artists originally used the substance for grinding lithography stones, but collagraph prints use it to create texture and tone gradients.

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Georg Jiri Dokoupil

Goldblau, 2018

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Carborundum

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Antoni Clave

La Gloire Des Rols I, 1975

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Carborundum

EUR 1,130

Otto Piene

Zyklop Gelb, 1984

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Carborundum

EUR 2,400

Antoni Clave

Untitled, 1970

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Carborundum

EUR 1,130

Antoni Clave

El guant, 1971

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Carborundum

EUR 1,190

Jasper Johns

Untitled, 1988

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Carborundum

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Jasper Johns

Untitled, 1988

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Carborundum

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Graffiti Art

Drawings and writing painted, scratched or scribbled on a wall or any other surface mostly in a public place. Graffiti art is wide and ranges from small to elaborate writings or wall paintings. This art has been in existence since the ancient times with some of the commonly used examples dating back to Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt.

Cynical Realism

Cynical realism is the term first used in 1992 by art critic Li Xianting to describe the Beijing artist group which painted satirical social realist paintings. The group sought to depict the psychological turmoil experienced when China was struggling with new political ideology.

Earth Art

Earth art was a style which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. It was part of the conceptual art movement, and refers to artworks created by sculpting the land or making structures in the landscape using earth, rocks or twigs.

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