Untitled by Richard Wright is a limited edition screen-print, featuring unique pattern of black line in white background. Signed by the artist and dated 2010 in pencil on the reverse, this is a limited edition of 30.
British artist Richard Wright (1960), studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art and also at Glasgow School of Art. Wright is best-known for his site-specific paintings, carried out in paint and gold leaf applied directly onto walls or ceilings, in response to the architecture of space, his works in some cases come to an end when the exhibition finishes. The Glasgow-based artist uses complex geometric patterns to create unique forms that brings the spectator an ephemeral experience of his works. He has also produced a wide range of works made on paper.
Wright won the Turner Prize in 2009. Permanent works include commissions for the Tate Britain (London) and the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam). Commissioned by the Edinburgh Art Festival, he produced, over four-week period, a work for Scottish Gallery of Modern Art Two, located in the west stairwell of the building. The work uses a repeated a flower-like motif painted over walls, and ceiling but changes its orientation, its size and alignment according to where it is placed on the structure of the stairwell, creating a stunning optical effect.
The print requires specific handling and packaging. Shipped in custom tubing by courier. You can alternatively arrange to collect by selecting the click & collection option as part of the checkout process.