Jochen Saueracker

Jochen Saueracker lives and works in Dusseldorf, an industrial and cultural
center on the Rhine, home to the famous Dusseldorf Art Academie where Gerhard Richter, Joseph Beuys, and Nam June Paik were professors and where he graduated. Jochen's work is "Pop" influenced and derives from fruit labels and other found commercial imagery. He makes large wall collages of these pieces of found ephemera as well as linoleum cuts which are printed by hand in his studio and have a decidedly painterly quality. In 1993 Jochen created a series of silkscreens on archival cardboard at Clay Street Press in Cincinnati.

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Laura James

Untitled, 1993
Portfolio of four screenprints
28"x28", white archival corrugated die cut board, signed and numbered edition of 20

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