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Arts Matters: The Pool of Life, 2008

20 INCH FINE ART GICLÉE PRINT


Un-Signed Open Edition

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20 INCH FINE ART GICLÉE PRINT



Product Details


Image Size: 20 x 29.3 inch  (508  x 744.6 mm)


Paper Size: 24 x 34.3 inch (609.6 x 872.5 mm)




Product Description


UN-SIGNED OPEN  EDITION


❋ Image size - 20 Inches (on the smallest dimension)


❋ Printed on 100% cotton, acid free, paper with proven UV stable, archival quality, pigment inks for absolute light-fast quality and long durability.     


❋ Bears  'The Singh Twins’ authorisation emboss mark


❋ Comes with artists' hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity.




Product ID: GC20_U-ArtsM  





❋ Print is un-mounted and un-framed



ARTWORK SUMMARY


Arts Matters: The Pool of Life,  2008


This artwork which is currently on loan to National Museums Liverpool, is one of two works commissioned as part of the official celebrations of Liverpool’s status as European Capital of Culture in 2008. It presents the city as a world stage at the centre of the creative Universe showcasing it diverse cultural offer of world class museums, galleries, performance spaces and festivals to an international audience. Executed in The Singh Twins’ unmistakable Past Modern style which combines the decorative flattened and multi-perspective view points of traditional Indian miniature painting with more modern, western aesthetics, the painting took almost a year to complete. Dominating the stage are three female figures, which reinterpret Raphael’s ‘The Three Graces’. They symbolise the famous architectural ‘Three Graces’ of Liverpool’s waterfront – namely, The Liver, Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings. Together they hold up and present what in 2008 became Liverpool’s ‘Fourth Grace’ (the new Museum of Liverpool). As European Capital of Culture, Liverpool embraced its new cultural identity: one which departed from its historical image as a maritime mercantile city. This idea is signified by The Liver, Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings, (symbols of city’s past great achievements in Insurance Shipping and Commerce), being subservient to the New Museum in terms of their size and placement within the composition. More significantly, each of ‘The Three Graces’ attire (from left to right) is made up of imagery representing Performance Art, Visual Art and Sport respectively.


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