Lithograph on Coventry rag paper
Signed, numbered, and dated by the artist
Artist Carroll Dunham has produced a new editioned artwork in support of Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair. Untitled is drawn from an ongoing body of work by Dunham illustrating male wrestlers — nude figures that grapple and embrace with a hold on each other that is both violent and intimate, threatening and gentle. The work is framed by a loose yet decorative doodle characteristic of Dunham’s drawing style. The lithograph was produced at ULAE, where Dunham first has produced work in lithography, intaglio, wood engraving, and screen printing since 1984.
Carroll Dunham is a painter and printmaker best known for his playful, erotic, and brightly-colored biomorphic paintings. Dunham uses several recurring motifs in his work, such as waves, mounds, genitalia, teeth, textured trees, tongues as well as cartoon-like figures and female and male nudes.
Dunham currently lives and works in New York and Connecticut. His work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions at international museums and institutions including at the Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany; and a mid-career retrospective was held at the New Museum, New York, NY. His work is represented in notable public collections throughout the world.
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