INVADER | RUBIK COUNTRY LIFE
60,000 - 80,000 GBP
RUBIK COUNTRY LIFE
signed with the artist's monogram and titled on the reverse
229 Rubik's cubes on Plexiglas
84 by 84 by 6 cm. 33⅛ by 33⅛ by 2⅜ in.
Executed in 2009.
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This work is in very good condition. Very close inspection reveals some superficial scuffs, scratches, accretions and rub marks in places throughout. Further very close inspection reveals a few minute chips to some of the tiles.
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Lazarides Gallery, London
Acquired from the above by the present owner
London, Lazarides Gallery, Invader: Low Fidelity, August - September 2009, p. 18, illustrated in colour