Lot 66 - Julian Opie - People 1
Vinyl on card
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for War Child UK
Julian Opie was born in 1958 in London and graduated in 1983 from Goldsmiths School of Art, where he was taught by Michael Craig-Martin. He lives and works in London.
Opie has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, with major museum exhibitions including shows at Kunstverein in Cologne; Hayward Gallery and ICA in London; Lehnbachhaus in Munich; K21 in Dusseldorf; MAK in Vienna; Mito Tower in Japan; CAC in Malaga and IVAM in Valencia; MoCAK in Krakow; Tidehalle in Helsinki and Fosun Foundation in Shanghai; Suwon IPark Museum of Art in Korea, as well as the Delhi Triennial, Venice Biennial and Documenta.
Opie’s works can be found in many public art collections, including Tate, British Museum, Victoria & Albert, Arts Council, British Council and National Portrait Gallery in London, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, ICA in Boston USA, Essl Collection in Vienna, IVAM in Spain, Berardo Collection Museum in Lisbon, The Israel Museum in Jerusalem and Takamatsu City Museum of Art in Japan.
Goldsmiths School of Art
Krobath, Vienna, Austria.
Guangdong He Art Museum, Shenzen, China.
Maho Kubota, Tokyo, Japan.
PARCO Museum, Tokyo, Japan.
Lisson Gallery, Beijing, China.
"Collected Works / Works Collected", Newlands House Gallery, UK
Lisson Gallery Cork Street, London, UK
City of Valencia, Spain
Patrick De Brock, Knokke, Belgium
Pitzhanger Manor & Manor, London, UK
Cristea Roberts, London, UK
Kukje Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
Gerhardsen Gerner, Oslo, Norway
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