Two Undetermined Lines, 1990
Bernar Venet Two Undetermined Lines, 1990
32 Color Silkscreen - Hand-painted in Oil Stick By the Artist This is the most important print ever done by the aritst. It is also the only print ever hand-painted by the artist in his original drawing medium, oilstick, and is extensively hand-painted by the artist in oilstick. This print is a thirty two color hand printed silkscreen as well. Published by David Lawrence Editions, our publishing company in 1990.
Venet’s work has become known internationally, with sculptures exhibited in Belgium, America, Japan, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and more recently New Zealand, where he is represented by Gow Langsford Gallery. In 2005, Venet received the title of Chevalier de La Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest honour. In 2012, Venet was commissioned by Alan Gibbs, an art collector based in New Zealand; Venet's newest and largest sculpture stands in the Gibbs Farm sculpture park. In 2012, luxury car maker Bugatti invited Venet to create a one-off artwork to be applied to a Veyron Grand Sport. The finished work, described as "the fastest artwork ever", was revealed at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach.