Pigment print on paper, 24 carat gold leaf, acrylic
18,86 x 38 cm | 7,1 x 15,0 inch
Offered by: Artitious | Berlin, Germany
Price on request
The art project SUPERUSCHI is Jonny Star’s current platform for her curatorial activities. SUPERUSCHIS (You Can Feel It) are high-quality, limited-edition pigment prints on paper which are reminiscent of banknotes. Treated with gold leaf and acrylic paint and in various sizes, these pieces of art are collectibles. SUPERUSCHIS (You Can Feel It) are not backed by gold or any other currency, but by the promise of Jonny Star and the associated artists to create intensive happenings and interesting art exhibitions that are truly special events for both the artists and the visitors. By purchasing SUPERUSCHIS (You Can Feel It), you reveal yourself as a true art lover and you are supporting Jonny Star's curatorial activities.
The SUPERUSCHIS (You Can Feel It) are a digital collage by artist Jonny Star from 2014, featuring a self-portrait. All works are pigment prints on paper in various editions with 24 carat gold leaf (except the 20 SUPERUSCHIS (You Can Feel It)) and acrylic, each work has an individual serial number and signed by the artist on the front.
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