• 2009
  • Wade Guyton
  • Epson Ultrachrome inkjet on Linen
  • 213.4 x 175.5 x 0.0 cm

With the format determined by the constraints of the printer, the artist doubles the image as a diptych. Thus lines, accidents and discrepancies inherent to this technique can be seen.

© Wade Guyton © Fondation Louis Vuitton / Marc Domage


Wade Guyton

A leading figure of the new New York scene in the early 2000s, Wade Guyton continually eluded categorization by first turning away from painting, then by pulling away from abstraction. 

His radical project was to use a large-format Epson inkjet printer as his brush and his signature and, in doing so, redefined the pictorial field of experimentation and the concept of author in Warhol’s wake.

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