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John Goodyear, 1960s Op Art 3-D Vinyl Silkscreen, Signed, Numbered

$550.00
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John Goodyear, American

''Two-Sided Movement''- silkscreen on vinyl with vinyl grid, 1966, published by Tanglewood Press for the portfolio New York International.

Printed by Chiron Press.

Hand signed and numbered from the edition of 225. (Number 155/225)

Measurements: 17 x 21 1/2 inches.

Goodyear's "Two Sided movement"comes with an additional special instruction sheet with detailed directions for hanging: The print is washable vinyl and does not need to be framed. Image is reversible. Both sides of printed sheet may be used. The instruction sheet explains how to tie a nylon cord or heavy white thread to ceiling pins, so that the front of the sheet should be free t glide back and forth with a push or with air currents. 

A very special piece!

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This classic Op Art 3-D hanging vinyl work comes from the 1966 New York International Portfolio, published by Tanglewood Press, featured a group of international artists on the New York scene, including Arman, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Mary Baumeister, Allen Jones and John Goodyear as well as established American artists like Motherwell, James Rosenquist, and Ad Reinhardt. (The portfolio introduction was written by renowned Metropolitan Museum curator Henry Geldzahler.) 

Fine condition. This is the first time it will be removed from the original portfolio case. Superb provenance. 

Here is an excerpt from the Portfolio's colophon page: "Goodyear: Double Sided Movement,  an aggressively optical print, one element of which, the vinyl grid, hangs suspended fron the ceiling some five inches from the background which is reversible and hangs, unframed, on the wall. The image flashes and changes, comes into view and swings away. The colors, black, white, and red, are basic if not primary, and the design rings slight but tantalizing changes on the diagrammatic. Both these attitudes of simplicity are characteristic of optical art."

Complimentary (free) shipping in the continental U.S. 

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