Death After Life, 2010 is a limited edition giclee print by Turner Prize-winning artists, Gilbert & George. The pair have been producing art as a duo for over 50 years and are best-known for their performance art, and their bright and graphic photo-style artworks.
From an edition of 600, the piece comes in a white frame, and is signed and numbered by the artists.
Size (cm): 61.5 x 40
Medium: Giclee, Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Edition Size: 600
Size (cm): 61.5 x 40
Image Size (cm): 45.7 x 24.2
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About the artist
After meeting at St Martin’s School of Art, Gilbert & George began creating art together in 1967 using the backdrop of London’s East End as their inspiration. Together they have confronted many of the fundamental issues of existence: sex, religion, corruption, violence, hope, fear, racial tension, patriotism, addiction and death.
The duo believe that an artist’s sacrifice is a necessary condition of art and often appear as figures in their own work as, ‘Living Sculptures’. Their vulnerable and fragile depictions of their own bodies have helped recast the commonly seen depiction of the male nude as a potent figure of masculine strength.
As well as their performance art, they are renowned for their distinctive brightly coloured graphic-style photo-based artworks with the ethos, ‘Art for all’ underpinning their work.