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Andrzej Urbanski; A050 12/12/15
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Lot 13

Polish/South African 1983-
A050 12/12/15
signed, dated 2015 and inscribed ‘Cape Town’ on the reverse
spray paint and mixed media on canvas
200 by 230cm excluding frame

Sold for R 115 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 130 870

Estimate R 80 000 - 120 000


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"I believe I can be better than the machine."1 - Andrzej Urbanski

 

Andrzej Urbanski's immaculate, hard-edged abstract painting, characterised by shards of bold colour "appears to be the result of an automated process – the precision of its execution engenders this notion that it is generated by a detached, robotic or digital tool. His interest in generating this illusion is rooted in his fascination with digitally produced art, the digital tools he uses in plotting his intricate compositions, the relationship between lived experience and virtual reality and the valorisation of handmade products in the post-industrial era."2

 

1. Andrzej Urbanski, Artist's Portfolio, 2015

2. http://aurbanski.co.za/about/


Salon 91, Cape Town, 2015.

Warren Siebrits, Johannesburg, 2016.

Private Collection.


Salon 91, Andrzej Urbanski: MINDGAME, 18 March to 18 April, 2015.



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