John M Armleder

John M Armleder


Paris

  • , Prunier, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    215 x 150 cm
    84 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Pruniers fleuris, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Portails, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Premières oies, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Ombre des fleurs, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Cinquième lune, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas - Diptych
    215 x 300 cm
    84 5/8 x 118 1/8 inches
  • , La pluie, enfin! , 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    215 x 150 cm
    84 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Côté est, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    215 x 150 cm
    84 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Fruit du lotus, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Faucon impatient, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    170 x 120 cm
    66 7/8 x 47 1/4 inches
  • , Cigales des bois, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    150 x 225 cm
    59 x 88 5/8 inches
  • , Ombres, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches
  • , Cloche, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    170 x 120 cm
    66 7/8 x 47 1/4 inches
  • , Etang, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    170 x 120 cm
    66 7/8 x 47 1/4 inches
  • , Cascade, 2018
    Mixed media on canvas
    225 x 150 cm
    88 5/8 x 59 inches

Press release

Co-founder of the Ecart Group (1969) and closely affiliated with the Fluxus movement, visual artist John M Armleder has since the end of the 1960's created a polymorphic body of work which encompasses performance, drawings, sculptures and paintings. Generally characterized by a sense of deep interconnectedness between life and art, and the appropriation of objects and quotes, his work is loaded with a set of influences and references which elude the modernist vernacular as well as any form of classification. Armleder gained international recognition with his Furniture Sculpture series from 1979, bringing together iconic examples of design and paintings to reflect on the trivialization of the artwork as an ornamental accessory. The artist is also recognized for his celebrated series of Pour and Puddle Paintings. "These works, born from his admiration for Larry Poons, and in accord with Armleder's larger practice, do not hide the strategy of their fabrication nor the significance of their own process: conjuring a time liberated from formal constraints, moral obligations, and the conventions of taste and style." (Extract from Stephanie Moisdon, ‘La Bruche du Haricot’, Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels, 2015).