EggHead - Siebdruck von Peter Hauser

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Exklusiver Siebdruck vom Schweizer Künstler Peter Hauser

Ready to Hang, erhältlich in einem Eichen Rahmen mit Echt-Glas

Limitierte Edition von 50, Nummeriert und Unterschrieben von Peter Hauser

Hochwertiger Siebdruck auf Metallic-Silber Papier, Format 70 x 100 cm 

Von Hand gedruckt bei Julian von Siebdruck27 in Zürich

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Peter Hauser is a photographer based in Zurich, Switzerland. He works in several photographic fields and is versatile across various genres. Capturing people, furniture, architecture, landscape – he follows a holistic approach in his photography as in his life. Educated at the Zurich school for the arts, Peter also experiments in the field of contemporary art. In addition to being in demand by renowned Swiss and German publications, he has been exhibited in various institutions across Switzerland. As an ongoing personal project he founded and publishes a fanzine entitled Püré Bildmagazin. Peter is an engaging person, on a continuous path to explore new ideas and practices.

This Edition is a collaboration with the in Zurich based artist and photographer Peter Hauser. The Egghead, how Peter is calling his recent Work, is printed bythe silkscreen-print geek, Julian Kaeser (Siebdruck 27). He is well known for his extraordinary skill with the screen. Julian produces Prints for artists like Peter Fischli and many more. We feel most honored, that Peter Hauser has created a brand new work exclusivley for this collaboration.

The Egghead is in his size and materiality just astonishing. 70x100 cm large, in matt silver and for silkscreen-print usual grid appearance. Depending on point of view, the silver reflects the light slightly different, to bring life into this high-end black and white Print. Pretty unusual for a sunny side up are the two egg yolks. Reference to a face or some might say the scream of Edvard Munch. Interpretation is open to the viewer, but let you wonder what was first. The Egg or the Print? 

The very unique paper is not available anymore, and makes the numbered and signed edition of 50 even more exclusive.


CH 3-5 / EU 7-10 Arbeitstage

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