Masks of Fear - Jung-un Digital Print

Masks of Fear - Jung-un Digital Print

Price:
20.00

12 in stock

Medium: Giclée print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm
Signed and numbered


Size and edition pricing structure:

A5 14.8cm (w) x 21.0cm (h)
Editions 1-20 £20. Editions 21-40 £30. Editions 41-60 £40 Editions 61-80 £50 Editions 81-100 £60

A4 21.0cm (w) x 29.7cm (h)
Editions 1-20 £30. Editions 21-40 £40. Editions 41-60 £50. Editions 61-80 £60 Editions 81-100 £70

A3 29.7cm (w) x 42.0cm (h)
Editions 1-20 £40. Editions 21-40 £50. Editions 41-60 £60. Editions 61-80 £80 Editions 81-100 £100

A2 42.0cm (w) x 59.4cm (h)
Editions 1-20 £70. Editions 21-40 £90. Editions 41-60 £110. Editions 61-80 £130 Editions 81-100 £150

A1 59.4cm (w) x 84.1cm (h)
Editions 1-20 £110. Editions 21-40 £140. Editions 41-60 £180. Editions 61-80 £210 Editions 81-100 £260

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All sizes are signed.

This artwork is sold unframed

"Exploring the theme of political prejudice juxtaposed against their adversary ‘masks of fear'. "

BACKGROUND STORY

The darkly satirical pop-art portraits which make up the Masks of Fear collection explore the new age of world leaders. How have we reached the stage where leaders of the free world are now so disaffected they become biased and blasé. What is it that drives their campaigns of fear? The collection speaks of Trump’s xenophobic traits against Mexicans, Kim Jung-un’s deep resentment for western society, and Putin’s views on the LGBH community and the infamous Pussy Riot movement. With more and more people engaging in the current political climate, Masks of Fear is not just intended as a zeitgeist piece, but is a talking piece that captures a (shit) moment in time.