Julien Ceccaldi, Buoyant Blue, 2022

Julien Ceccaldi, Buoyant Blue, 2022

Regular price £83.33 Sale


Lithographic Print with holographic foil highlights
84 x 59cm
Edition 100, signed certificate

This print is a digital recreation of an isolated layer from a 2016 artwork titled “Blue Face” Part of a series of superposed drawings on acetates, it was originally exhibited at Jenny’s Gallery in Los Angeles for the exhibition “King and Slave” This new iteration brings focus to the delirious expression of an androgynous face, reminiscent of the talking mirror in Walt Disney’s Snow White. The reflective holographic foil highlights reinforce this resemblance and make this hypnotising stare all the more magnetic.


Julien Ceccaldi (b. 1987, Montreal, Canada) lives and works in New York, NY. He has exhibited in several international institutions and galleries including Kölnischer Kunstverein (Cologne, Germany), House of Gaga (Mexico City, Mexico), Jenny’s (New York, NY), and Lomex (New York, NY). Ceccaldi's artworks have been featured in publications including Artforum, Frieze, and Mould Map, and he is the author of several self-published comic books.

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