Assembled photo montage from Lightjet photo prints on Kodak Pro Endura.
Signed on verso and with accompanying LD stamp of authenticity
One worldwide; POA
* Feb. 2007 This work sold.
Update 2018; blog post reconstituted in WordPress after forced incompatability resulting from cyber vandal Luca Ascani’s closure of London Dada’s former host, Blog.co.uk in 2014, resulting in the wrecking of an entire online community built up over 10 years.
His slogan? “ Blog Forever “. Rich.
First in a series taking existing famous artworks and re-defining them in abstract appropriation terms.
Two Piece Reclining Figure No.5, Kenwood House Two Piece Reclining Figure No.5, Kenwood House
Moore Outside – Two Piece Reclining Figure No.5, Kenwood House
Two Piece Reclining Figure No.5 1963–4
London NW3 7RJ
The Two Piece Reclining Figure was something of a breakthrough. In the later half of the Fifties Moore had created a series of seated women. When he made his first two piece reclining figure however, without even sketching it beforehand, he was amazed by the unexpected views it offered. The front view doesn’t enable one to foresee the back view. As you move round it, the two parts overlap or they open up and there’s space between. It feels like a journey.