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Entitled "Eterno", this book has 24 postcards. It is signed and numbered on 100 copies by the artists. Published in 2017, the format is 5,7 x 4,1 inches (14,7 x 10,6 cm) folded and 5,7 x 107,4 inches (14,7 x 272,9 cm) unfolded. Texts are in English.

From September 2015 to August 2016, Lek & Sowat were selected as fellows at the French Academy in Rome, France's oldest artistic residency. For a year, the two artists lived and worked at the Villa Medici, sharing a studio previously occupied by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. This set of 24 postcards presents a selection of photographs, paintings and installations created by the duo, both in Rome and throughout Italy, during this particular year.

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Lek & Sowat

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5,7 x 4,1 inches (14,7 x 10,6 cm)



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Lek & Sowat

Lek & Sowat

The meeting of Lek & Sowat happened in 2010 at a collective exhibition organized by the Graffiti Art magazine at the Celal gallery. They shared a common taste for Urbex or Urban Exploration, the art of finding and creating things in abandoned places. Pushing the boundaries of traditional graffiti, their in situ experiments are a mix of video, architectural abstraction, installations and archeology, creating a modern form of urban land art.
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