Yaacov Agam, Blue Paradise, c. 1990
|Artist:||Yaacov Agam (1928 - 9999)|
|Title:||Blue Paradise, c. 1990|
|Medium:||Original Color Serigraph|
|Image Size:||31 1/2 in x 26 1/2 in (80 cm x 67.3 cm)|
|Sheet Size:||31 1/2 in x 26 1/2 in (80 cm x 67.3 cm)|
|Framed Size:||approx. 38 in x 33 in (96.5 cm x 83.8 cm)|
|Signature:||This work is hand-signed by Yaacov Agam (Rishon LeZion, 1928-) in yellow at the lower right.|
|Condition:||This work is in excellent condition.|
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Historical Description of this artwork
Blue Paradise relays the movement and illusion associated with the artist's signature Agamographs. Even though serigraphy is a static medium, Agam still manages to infuse this work with dynamism by combining a Technicolor palette with rhythmic forms. Embedded within the vertical pull of the grid are small geometric shapes that blend into the all-over pattern of the work, creating a puzzle for the viewer to undo. Framed by a deep blue margin, the work becomes a window onto an optical world filled with visual interest.
Hand-signed by Yaacov Agam (Rishon LeZion, 1928 – ) in yellow at the lower right corner, this original color serigraph is numbered 30/180 in ink at the lower left.
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About the Framing:
Framed to museum-grade, conservation standards, this work is displayed in a complimentary moulding with silk-wrapped mats and optical-grade Plexiglas.
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Through the exploration of geometry, light and color are transformed in works by Agam. This Israeli artist is a true master of Op Art as can be seen in his lithographs, serigraphs and inventive Agamographs.
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Yaacov Agam Biography
Yaacov Agam is a truly unique, creative force in the world of art. His works transcend traditional artistic boundaries, propelling him into the forefront of a new art aesthetic. Art critics and art historians in museums and institutions throughout the world have acclaimed him for his inventive, talented genius, bestowing upon him numerous awards and honors. Agam is certainly among the world’s foremost artists, and he is already recognized as influential and important in the history of art.
The son of an Orthodox Rabbi, scholar and writer, Agam was born on May 11, 1928 in Rishon Letzion, Israel. As a child, he began to draw, despite religious proscription against visual expression. Agam’s family recognized his artistic ability and, in 1946, he entered the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Studying with Mordecai Ardon, a former student at the Weimar Bauhaus, he discovered the differences between other cultures which stress the afterlife and the Hebrew culture which emphasizes the present. Because Judaism believes life is dynamic and ever-changing, Agam determined that static paintings were inadequate to express the constantly occurring changes which surround us.
In 1950, upon Ardores recommendation, Agam went to Zurich to study with Johannes Itten at the Kunstgewerbeschule. There, he met Frank Lloyd Wright and Siegfried Giedion, whose ideas on the element of time in art and architecture impressed him. In 1951, Agam moved to Paris, where a number of world-famous Surrealist artists living in France were the first to discover and encourage him. His first one-man exhibition held at Galerie Craven, Paris in 1953, featured kinetic and transformable paintings which invited spectator participation. The show was a critical success and attracted considerable attention in art circles. He is still living in Paris and continues to produce works, currently holding the title of the highest-selling Israeli artist.