Liquidated atlas worldwide
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Liquidated atlas worldwide

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Description
Entitled "Liquidated atlas worldwide", this screen print by Zevs is an edition of 75. Made in 2013, it is signed and numbered by the artist. Format : 39,3 x 27,5 inches (100 x 70 cm).

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Artists

Zevs

Type of work

Screen print

Edition of

75

Format

39,3 x 27,5 inches (100 x 70 cm)

Signed by the artist

Yes

Year of edition

2013

Provenance of this artwork

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The artist

Zevs

Zevs

Christopher Aguirre Schwarz a.k.a Zevs was born in 1977 in Saverne (FR). In 1989 he started painting in the street. In 1991, he escaped a terrible shock with a train; he found his artist name just after this incident. Until the late 1990s, he painted shadows and silhouettes of Parisian street furniture. But the mayor of Paris decided to erase all traces. He turned to a new technique called "reverse graffiti", i.e. stripping dirty walls to highlight clean areas.
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