Judith Hopf, Nose (a collaboration with Martin Ebner), 2008
Silkscreen on paper
40 × 50 cm
Edition of 60, signed and numbered
Hopf has worked in a wide range of media, offering an absurdist-and ultimately utopian-exploration of artistic forms and everyday conventions. Her silkscreen print was inspired by the work of Bridget Riley, whose style is here unexpectedly used to depict a nose. Judith Hopf is based in Berlin.
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