Work No. 932; Seagull Sunrise, homage to JP II

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Seagull Sunrise
Dada Homage to Jackson Pollock II
Michael St.Mark 2017

Black-headed gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) random drops onto concrete walkway, Alexander Palace London N. (Spot the digested crab/stag beetle & worm )
( Links to Work No. 561 from 2011; Starling Sunrise )

Signed print edition details tf.

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Number 23 ( 1948); Jackson Pollock

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Work No. 931; Purple Prince; the artist formerly known as..

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Purple Prince; the artist formerly known as Mr Appropriation
Art Axis 2017

Richard Prince, the Billy big balls of social media appropriation art…

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… himself likewise appropriated ( example photo courtesy artnet )

*Somebody had to do it, may as well be us

Artwork info
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Screenshot of PS’d screenshot of the artist’s current web homepage posted to Twitter c/w ID tweet.

Available as one unique Lightjet print on Fuji Crystal Archive
21″ X 21″
Signed & numbered on verso by the artist. One worldwide.
Price on request

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London Dada Work No. 930; The Dead of Winter ( photo triptych )

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The Dead of Winter ( 1- 3 )
Michael St.Mark 2017

Images are expandable

As it’s meteorologically the start of spring tomorrow, today is the last suitable opportunity to post this triptych of photos under the desired title, depicting maximum die-back of trees and wild vegetation in the south of England; in this case Trent Park, Herts in mid-December – and which yet still presents interesting aesthetic appeal to the creatively-minded sharp-eyed photographer.

Available as a vertically-mounted triptych of prints or individually in signed editions.
For sizes, edition numbers and prices contact sales@LondonDada.com quoting Work No. 930

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Work No 929; Bridge No. 111

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BRIDGE NO. 111 by DAN HOOMS

Mixed media on paper; 14″ X 10″
Brand new Work from the internationally feted and highly collectible artist Dan Hooms

£15,850 ( original Work, one worldwide )

Limited offer; signed edition of 10 screen prints are being made available to London Dada by the artist to sell on at cost price.
Unrepeatable investment opportunity
£50  ( unframed )

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Work No. 928; The Excruciating Passage of Time V

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The Excruciating Passage of Time V
Michael St.Mark 2017

 

 

1960s era barbershop with original hairdresser in situ, Camden Town NW1
Cropped digital photograph with minimal image color & contrast manipulation

Latest in the long-running series dating back to 2007. Click on the post header title & scroll down the page for links to previous Works in the series.

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Work No. 927; Neon Blair EU Prayer ( slipped halo triptych )

Neon Blair EU Prayer ( slipped halo triptych )

Neon Blair EU Prayer ( slipped halo triptych )                                                 Michael St. Mark 2017

Press photograph appropriated in a progressive stage digital manipulation triptych.  From Tony Blair’s 17th February 2017 impassioned pro-EU intervention speech at Bloomberg, London.
Or else petition for leniency to Lucifer in the afterlife. Whatever.

Available in a signed edition of 10 on Fujifilm Crystal Archive
21″ X12″
£500 ( unframed )

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London Dada Work No. 926; ZigZag Night – I dream of Kurt

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ZigZag Night – I dream of Kurt
Michael St.Mark 2017

 

The joys of living in an unintended Merz house, with … “doors ill-fitted to already oddly angled frames as if by a drunk; walls and floors alarmingly out of kilter and windows amply ventilating interior rooms – even when closed.
Quite a trip.” – M. St.M 2007

Links to Work No 447 from 2007; ” House of ZigZag

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