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One In Light

Run #02592
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TYPE:4-Color Screen Print on 300gsm Olin Fine Art Paper
SIZE:19.66 x 27.56 Inches (50 x 70 Centimeters)
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Moritz Green and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 50
Framing: NONE
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About The Work
About The Artist
“It’s a screen print set of two images: One in Darkness. One in Light. The titles refer to "The Ballad of Mack the Knife”. I always liked the verse since I heard it the first time and I thought it fits good to the series of the two.

“I generally like the contrast of organic forms against or in between hard edges. For me the organic forms represent indomitable life and hard edges symbolize material, devices or architecture. A human being living in the city perfectly represents this contrast. Even though my work seems to be abstract on first sight there’s mostly an indeterminable figurative component. That evolves to be a constant theme in my work.” –Moritz Green

Read our full interview with Moritz "Golden" Green HERE!
Moritz Green (aka 'Golden Green') is mostly famous for his hard edge abstractions and odd arrangements of Graffiti elements. Out of the well-known visual vocabulary of the genre the artist formulates an enigmatic and independent language on walls, canvases and prints. Gazing his oeauvre opens the door to a surrealistic and retro-futuristic landscape subtle filled with pastel colored organic shapes, fragments of things, materials and architecture. His artworks beyond Graffiti have an intriguing depth and reveal a more sensitive side of the versatile artist.

In 1991 at the age 12 Moritz Green painted his first Graffiti during the first Graffiti related exhibition in Germany in the Altona Museum, Hamburg. He was stage-builder for the biggest german theatre - Deutsches Schauspielhaus, worker at the infamous Hamburg fishmarket, mailman, pizza deliverer, singer, extra, shoe salesman, warehouseman, harbor worker, call center agent and cleaner before and meanwhile he studied graphic design from 2004 to 2008.

Moritz Green lives and works as an artist in Hamburg, Germany. He is a member of the european artist group Ultraboyz.
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