Homage to Monopink, 1960 B
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Homage to Monopink, 1960 B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B Limited Edition Murakami print - Homage to Monopink B
Takashi Murakami $3,880.00

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Description

 This is an original Murakami print signed and numbered.

This listing is for an original Murakami limited edition offset print, signed and numbered out of 300, newly arrived from Japan, in its original box sealed and unopened, as received by us from the artist's publishing house. The other images illustrate pairings and excellent framing in Los Angeles. Paired with An Homage to Monopink A / B of which we have about 2 left.

- Offset print, with cold stamp - 530 x 738 mm / 20.9 x 29 in., edition of 300. One of Murakami's larger prints, with silver shiny bits interspersed throughout flowers. All silver parts of the print shine when viewed at an angle. The lay of the flowers give the piece a sense of depth. 
- Signed and numbered.
- In original unopened box in perfect condition - full insurance, and Gallery's Certificate of Authenticity.
- Prices increase as edition is sold out.
- Sold unframed, but framing is available.

Takashi Murakami is a world famous artist who has firmly established himself in the international art scene with his spectacular and distinctively Japanese aesthetic. As one of the founding members of the “Superflat” movement which placed him within the legacy of Pop art, he creates art with an exceptionally original artistic language inspired by his homeland’s anime, manga culture and informed by Japan’s centuries old artistic lineage, Buddhism, and historical Japanese art. In true pop-art style, he blurs the boundaries between fine art and mass culture, integrating marketing and consumerism into his artistic concept. In doing so, he traverses the spheres of art, design, and pop culture, as shown by his collaboration with Louis Vuitton. His work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions around the world, including at the The Broad, Los Angeles, Gagosian Gallery in London, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the MoMA, New York City.
 

This piece is sold unframed, images illustrate framing options, and previous Shangri-La prints as unwrapped.

All sales are final, non refundable, unless item not as described. Shipping is fully insured.