This limited edition print entitled "Annabelle Levels" shows a defaced women, with a typical hair style of the war-time women - her face filled with a collage of "cuttings" showing scenes such as architecture. This design by Agent X really hones down on the dada movement and the artistic techniques that developed within that era. Dadaism or "dada" was an art movement that is thought to have begun around 1915 as a response to the war, and saw artists who were rejecting the aestheticism and norms of the capitalist society and instead embraced nonsense - visually, physically and verbally. As the movement progressed the dada artists who were pioneering the movement began to experiment with the likes of collage art as a way of challenging the traditional perceptions of art even further - and as you can see here, Agent X has also experimented with this in this modern art design creating a very striking art work.
Dimension: 68H X 60W cm
Material : 310 gsm Fine Art Paper
Lead time :1-2 weeks(This product is supplied by the Artist)