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Le Vote Ne Change Rien La Lutte Continue

 

Translation: The vote changes nothing - the struggle continues.                                         

This piece by Gavin Mitchell continues his Geisha series with a new twist. It references the May 1968 Paris Uprisings, it's message "The Vote changes nothing - the struggle continues' This is a signed limited edition exclusive to Enter Gallery.

This artwork will be released as part of the Enter Gallery Virtual Art Yard Sale on Fri 30th October 2020. Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to know it's available to buy here.

Art Yard Sale price: £200

Price from 2nd November: £295                                            

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Specifications
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Signed: Yes
Hand Finished: Yes
Medium: Giclee, Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Edition Size: 50
Size (cm): 50 x 33.5
SKU: EG03470
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About the artist
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According to contemporary artist Gavin Mitchell, the phrase that best describes his work is ‘mixed up’. From his inspirations to his processes to his use of materials, all the way to the finished product, Mitchell’s aesthetic is determined by an idea of disorder and deconstruction, pulling apart the ordinary to put it back together in extraordinary ways.  

Inspired by early experimental collage artist Hannah Höch, Mitchell’s work is about a “journey of discovery” in which all “preconceptions” must be abandoned. The result is a body of work that speaks its own, unique visual language, built through layer upon layer of imagery, to create highly original and provocative works of art.