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Keith Sonnier, Untitled sculptural lithograph, 1981

Keith Sonnier


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Keith Sonnier

Untitled sculptural lithograph, 1981

Lithograph on watermarked paper

Signed, numbered 159/200 and dated in graphite pencil on the front

29 4/5 × 21 3/4 inches


Published by Waterstreet Press
Signed, numbered and dated in graphite pencil on the front
This uncommon pencil signed and numbered lithograph by post-Minimalist master Keith Sonnier is unframed with deckled edges so it will look terrific when floated and framed.

More about Keith Sonnier
Keith Sonnier radically reinvented sculpture in the late 1960s.
Employing unusual materials that had never before been used, Sonnier, along with his contemporaries, Bruce Nauman, Richard Tuttle, Eva Hesse, Richard Serra, and Barry Le Va, called all previous conceptions of sculpture into question. Sonnier has experimented with materials as varied as latex, satin, bamboo, found objects, satellite transmitters, and video. In 1968, the artist began working with neon, which quickly became a defining element of his work. The linear quality of neon allows Sonnier to draw in space with light and color, while the diffuseness of the light enables his work to interact on various architectural planes.
-Courtesy PACE Gallery


Height:   29.80
Width:   21.75