Lawrence Weiner



Lawrence Weiner (1942-2021) is one of the most-distinctive American conceptual artists. 

His philosophy and aesthetic developed concurrently to artists such as Sol LeWitt. Weiner went on to focus on text-based installation projects, typically displayed in public spaces.

Exhibiting at Leo Castelli during the 1970s, Weiner has been an institutional darling with major exhibitions at many of the world's top museums. 

As a significant portion of his output is a temporary installation, his multiples (which are few and far between) are sought-after and cherished by collectors. 

This print is a paradigm of Weiner's text-based art, utilizing his signature typeface and bright primary colors to give life to his curious multi-lingual message.

As with the best of his work, Weiner incites a collaborative encounter between the art and the viewer, insisting that deep contemplation from the audience is a fundamental aspect of his practice.

Caviar20 has been a long-time fan of Lawrence Weiner - as anyone interested in Jenny Holzer and Barbara Kruger can see the traces of his influence on their work. 

Questions about this artwork? Contact us or call +1.416.704.1720

"Imaginary Realities"

Color offset lithography on vellum

Signed, numbered, and dated by artist 

From an edition of 60

13.5‚ÄĚH 18"W (work)

17.5"H 21.5"W (framed)

Very good condition

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