Richard Aldrich, Hurray More Opiates and Bike Song, 2012
Polymer Gravure etching with hand-colouring
29 × 21.5 cm
Edition of 40 + 5 APs, signed and numbered
New York based painter Richard Aldrich's edition for the ICA was conceived as a three part artwork: an audio piece for the recent ICA exhibition Soundworks; a record sleeve for the forthcoming album More Opiates and Bike Song, from Aldrich’s band, Hurray; and this print, one of the studies for the album artwork. The image for the print originates from a small acrylic painting of the same dimensions, and has been remade as a two plate polymer etching and hand coloured by the artist.
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