Edition James Rosenquist:
Untitled (Joan Crawford Says...), 1964
Material: 12-color inkjet print with pigment ink on Canson Rag Photographique Ultra Smooth, 210 g/m2, Museum-quality fine-art print (color fastness: ca. 200 years)
Dimensions: 80 × 68.4 cm
Edition: Limited edition of 200, in cooperation with the Estate of James Rosenquist
The 1964 painting Untitled (Joan Crawford Says . . .) is one of James Rosenquist’s key works and belongs to the collection of the Museum Ludwig. Rosenquist had an image of Joan Crawford (see the facsimile of the preliminary study) blown-up to the dimensions of 2.42 by 1.96 meters, in an allusion to her consciously sought-out media presence and venality for advertising purposes: he presents her as a pretty advertising icon who has nothing more important to say than a bit of generalized advertising slogan.
The facsimiles and the reproductions of the works of art by the American artist James Rosenquist (1933–2017) are issued by the Gesellschaft für Moderne Kunst in cooperation with the Museum Ludwig in conjunction with the exhibition James Rosenquist: Painting as Immersion. We thank the Estate of James Rosenquist for authorizing the edition. The sale proceeds benefit the museum.
Price per reproduction (incl. 19% VAT): 170 euros
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Option for Members of Gesellschaft für Moderne Kunst:
Combination of facsimile and reproduction for a special price