BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973
BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973

BRUCE NAUMAN "SUPOSTER" SCREENPRINT, 1973

$3,000

Bruce Nauman (b. 1941) remains one of the most revered, elusive and influential American artists. With a frequently shifting and evolving practice, Nauman is both associated with and simultaneously an outsider with several 20th century art movements. 

Although Nauman shares some characteristics in approach and product with Ed Ruscha,  his output eludes easy categorization. One of the continuous themes in Nauman's work is the investigation into the language of signs/ signifiers. Nauman has worked in many different media (including neon, printmaking and performance) but the most recognizable element in his work is the use of text. 

"Suposter" is a classic and exemplary work by Bruce Nauman. Immediately identifiable as one of Nauman's works for its distinctive font and playful arrangement of text that merges with abstract elements. 

Nauman has an impressive international exhibition history. At the Venice Biennale in 2009, where he represented in the United States and won the prestigious Golden Lion - Best Artist prize.  

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Signed, dated and numbered AP by the artist.

(An artist's proof from the edition of 72)

Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles 

Lithograph and screenprint on Arjomari paper

USA, 1973

35.5"H 29"W (work)

36"H 30"W (framed)

Very good condition.