Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is kinetic art?

What is kinetic art?

International movement referring to both apparent and real motion of art created in the 1920s and 1960s. It is explained as art emerging from any medium containing some movement that depends on motion for effect or can be perceived by the viewer. Canvas paintings are some of the notable and earliest examples of this art type. Speaking pertinently, kinetic art today refers to 3 dimensional figures and sculptures such as those operated by machines or those that move naturally. It encompasses a variety of styles and techniques that overlap.

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Nam June Paik

Untitled (Columbus In Search of a New Tomorrow), 1992

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Silkscreen

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Alexander Calder

Seahorse, 1975

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 16,000

Victor Vasarely

Diorre, 1980s

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

EUR 1,250

Victor Vasarely

Metagalaxie, 1980s

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

EUR 1,150

Victor Vasarely

Olla, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

EUR 1,100

Alexander Calder

Fish, 1975

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Lithograph

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Victor Vasarely

Octal No. 3, 1972

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Lithograph

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Victor Vasarely

Octal No. 2, 1972

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Lithograph

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Victor Vasarely

Octal No. 6, 1972

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Lithograph

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Walter Leblanc

Untitled, 1949

Painting

Acrylic on paper

EUR 16,600

Alexander Calder

Untitled (From Flight Portfolio), 1970

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Lithograph

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Victor Vasarely

Catch II, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

EUR 1,500

Victor Vasarely

Kapouch, 1987

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

EUR 1,500

Victor Vasarely

Foot Soccer , 1987

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

EUR 1,500

Francois Morellet

Untitled, 1975

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,375

Francois Morellet

Untitled , 1975

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,375

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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.

Glass

Glass is a transparent solid. It varies in composition based on the type of glass. Artists use these variants to create art glass, including stained, blown, and a myriad of decorated forms. Glass can be cut, textured, surfaced with overlays, and engraved.

Giclée printing

Giclée printing is a computerized technique for reproducing artwork using a digital file and a special ink jet printer which uses acrylic, oil paints or ink. This reproduction process results in an extremely high level of color and image accuracy.

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