"Last triad part II"
Aurel Rubbish - Giclée print hand-embellished with moon gold leaf, 62X44cm, 2015
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|Type of work||Multiple : Limited edition of 40 + 3 artist's proof|
|Support||Moab entrada 290 gsm archival cotton rag paper|
|Medium and technique||Hand-embellished giclée print with moon gold leaf 23.75 karats (Noris)|
|Year of creation||2015|
|Overall size||HEIGHT : 62.5CM / WIDTH : 44 CM|
|Edition number||Edition number : 24/40|
|Certificate of authenticity||Yes (sent with the artwork and hand signed by the artist)|
|Authenticity||Hand-signed, dated, numbered and titled in pencil by the artist, stamped by the artist’s personal seal to both front and back|
|Shipping||Delivered within 5 - 10 working days with Colissimo (La Poste) to France or within 10 - 15 working days with DHL to European and international destinations|
|Packaging||Packed in rigid cardboard postal tube to ensure preservation and conservation of you artwork during shipment|
|Shipment insurance||Yes, we offer full value insurance coverage on every shipment|
born in 1981 in BESANÇON (France), lives and works in BesanÇon (france).
Movements : PAPER-CUT, street art.
Type of interventions : IN SITU installation works, PAPER-CUT on different media and surfaces.
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Between the meticulousness of the ornamental details and the dramatic intensity of the subjects staged, Aurel Rubbish has created himself a troubling universe, tense, filled with paradoxes. Having a definite predilection for paper, his approach is built around the paper-cut technique (work consisting of chiselling the paper to reveal a composition). Each one of his artwork comes out of thousands of handmade cuttings placing patience up to the rank of unconditional necessity, before they lets us catch a glimpse of the expressiveness of a face or the details of an organic element. The simplicity of the paper is upgraded by the accuracy of the cuttings and the addition, here and there, of gold leaves, turning the humble support into a subtle and complex art piece.
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