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Indiane, 1993

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Lot 3
Screenprint in colors on paper
45.3 x 31.1 in (115.0 x 79.0 cm)
Artist's proof outside main edition of 500
Signed, dated, and numbered on recto


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“Indiane” by artist Erró is an epic portrayal of man vs beast. Bearing clear resemblance to the work of Roy Lichtenstein, heavy lines and bold colors are used to convey a sense of urgency and drama. The appropriation of heroes and villains from comic classics populate the background as if inspiring the actions of the work’s primary subjects.

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About Erró

Erró (Icelandic, b. 1932), alias of Gudmunder Gunmundsson, is a Pop-artist and pioneer of the painted collage aesthetic. A leader of the Figuration Narrative style, he combines popular cartoon characters, historical figures, and advertisements into vivid, kaleidoscopic collages that comment on mass consumer culture. The Centre Georges Pompidou held a retrospective of Erró’s work in 2010, and a collection of his archives can be found at the Reykjavik Art Museum.