Nam June Paik Signed Limited Edition Abstract Lithograph
A limited edition lithograph signed by Korean-American artist Nam June Paik (1932-2006). The lithograph depicts an angled black film strip displaying three Philco Televisions upon a vertical rainbow of color. Each television screen illustrates gold tone script and mimics the white, yellow, turquoise, green, pink, red, and purple stripes. Figures, faces, text, and doodle are randomly placed above and below the film upon a white background. Presented in a black metal frame, the lithograph is numbered "76/150" and is signed to the lower right corner.
Considered to be the founder of video art and the first to coin the term "electronic super highway", Nam June Paik was born in South Korea and studied at the University of Tokyo and Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich. Through his life he composed, performed, sculpted, and developed video and digital art with a goal of humanizing technology. His important works include Robot K-456, TV Buddha, and TV Bra for Living Sculpture.
41.5" x 31.5" x 1" (frame); 41" x 30.75" (print).
Minor scratches on the frame.
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