Die Exe Schrympylei


Die Exe Schrympylei is an etching print on white paper by german artist Jonathan Meese from 2007, published by Griffelkunst, signed by the artist.

·  Etching print on 300 gsm Somerset Velvet paper
·  75,5 x 57 cm (29,7 x 22,4 inch)
·  Signed by the artist
·  Published by Griffelkunst, Germany
·  2007

About Jonathan Meese

Jonathan Meese was born in 1970 in Tokyo and studied art at the Hochschule der Künste in Hamburg. Exploring such themes as revolution, the failures of ideology, and the role and power of art, Jonathan Meese’s wryly bombastic installations, paintings, sculptures, and performances emerge from the notion of the “Dictatorship of Art,” as he calls it. Having appointed himself its representative, Meese inserts his own image into most of his works, personifying characters from popular culture as well as those of his own devising, according himself cult status.

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