R.H. Quaytman, The Song Cave, 2012. SOLD OUT
R. H. Quaytman uses a variety of techniques and artistic vocabularies to explore the complex history of painting. The artist considers each body of work a new “chapter,” each structured around a specific theme or concept, a discursive network of associations developing in the work over time. The image used in this print originally appeared in a different configuration, as part of Quaytman’s 18th chapter, which reflected on Jack Spicer, a poet associated with the San Francisco Renaissance of the 1950s. “The poem begins to mirror itself,” Spicer wrote in “Ten Poems for Downbeat.”
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Medium: archival pigment print,
Size: 11' x 17”,
Stamped and numbered edition of 70.
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