Hebru Brantley and Galerie des Bain are releasing a new lithograph edition via Paris-based Print Them All. The artwork was inspired by an original painting entitled Two Men Sporting Waves that first made its debut at a solo show at the Geneva gallery called “Then There Were Two.” The subjects observed feature a pair of black males with ocean waves for hair and set against an ambient backdrop for a surrealist effect.
“Hebru Brantley creates narrative-driven work revolving around his conceptualized iconic characters. Brantley utilizes these iconic characters to address complex ideas around nostalgia, the mental psyche, power, and hope,” said Print Them All in a statement.
The lithograph will arrive signed, numbered, and stamped in an edition of 150 on Print Them All’s website this June 12 at 12 p.m. EST. Each piece will set you back $1,646 USD.
In other noteworthy releases, Pablo Picasso’s complete first collection of printed works are now up for sale.
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