Rudolf Stingel

Untitled

Untitled by Rudolf Stingel

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Stingel’s painting practice aligns with a second wave of conceptual artists. His paintings from this era represent a key moment of change for painting practice following from the 1980s when conceptual artists reinvested abstract painting with conceptual strategies. Stingel famously created a set of "painting instructions" for the execution of his works (Instruction 1989) and his paintings frequently explore the process of creation, such as spray painting with silver through a layer of tulle, and by using non-conventional materials for painting rather than seeking an expressive or authoritative artistic gesture.

Title
Untitled
Artist/creator
Production date
1996
Medium
oil and enamel on linen canvas
Dimensions
2430 x 1930 x 53 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, on loan from a private collection
Accession no
L2009/32
Copyright
Copying restrictions apply
Department
International Art
Display status
Not on display

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