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Kent Fine Art
Reality Remade Exhibition Promotion
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Kent's inaugural exhibition, Reality Remade, was largely inspired by a 1956 Richard Hamilton collage and featured Richard Artschwager's Black Beauty as it primary image.
Beginning with several works by Duchamp, the exhibition surveyed the continuing presence of Dada as well as the investigation of life through art-making over the last seventy years.
We designed the premier catalogue to be a minimalist foil accented by a signature style of spatial typography to the provocative selection of unique works by:
Richard Artschwager's work is described as exploring the "relation between furniture and sculpture, sculpture and painting and furniture and photography." This concept gives him a lot of latitude to explore the space between the disciplines.