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HAZARDS Silkscreens

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Body, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Breath, 2018
Silkscreen in 2 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Navigator, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Index, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Forecast, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Compass, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Beacon, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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Body, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Breath, 2018
Silkscreen in 2 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Navigator, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Index, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Forecast, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Compass, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

Beacon, 2018
Silkscreen in 3 colors with waterbased and UV inks
48 1/2 x 68 1/2 inches
Edition of 10

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HAZARDS Silkscreens

Two Palms is pleased to present HAZARDS, a suite of seven silkscreen prints by David Row. This new body of work furthers Row’s long standing interest in exploring the tensions framed by particular juxtapositions: body and mind; artist and viewer; fragments and wholes; meaning and ambiguity; stability and instability; structure and chance; objects and images. In these new silkscreens, rich, deep hues and crisp whites are contained within dynamic, irregular shapes and are contrasted by thin lines of bright color. The UV ink with which the silkscreens are printed allows the artist to build up color in a way that creates ample texture and gives the appearance that the surface has been torn or scraped, allowing color to come through from beneath. The energy and motion of the shapes are countered by an underlying geometric logic that is a constant in Row's work.

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