In for the Money II By Barry Reigate

In for the Money II
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Barry Reigate
24.4 x 32.3
18.9 x 27.2
31539-F
limited edition
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In for the Money II By Barry Reigate
Barry Reigate
62 x 82
48cm x 69cm
31539-F
limited edition
200
Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 200
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    Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 200

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    This print was made to accompany the Saatchi Gallery’s exhibition ‘Newspeak: British Art Now’ and is a signed limited edition of 200. Reigate’s young dynamic brand of contemporary pop art combines simplistic linear cartoon motifs, that whilst full of fun and energy on the surface can be disturbing on closer inspection.  In this piece a cartoon rabbit in the centre of the composition appears to be hanging from a bunch of balloons. Reigate is commenting perhaps on the perceived greed of the contemporary art bubble, on art as a money-making commodity. One of the central cartoon characters has its mouth blacked out, perhaps suggesting the stifling of creativity, the gagging of artistic freedom, or the power of art to deceive.Click these words to find similar printsSilk Screen Prints Limited Edition Contemporary Art Pop Art Comic Book Art 
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    In for the Money II By Barry Reigate
    Barry Reigate
    62 x 82
    48cm x 69cm
    31539-F
    limited edition
    200

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