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Minerals - limited edition lino cut print by Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa


Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa
Minerals, 2015 
Exclusive limited edition of 50, signed and numbered
Lino cut prints
62.5 x 45.5cm
Sold unframed

Price: £192 incl VAT. (+ shipping).

has been produced to accompany Ramírez-Figueroa's Gasworks exhibition God's Reptilian Finger, his first UK solo show (26 November 2015 - 7 February 2016).

In the exhibition a giant glowing replica of God's finger hoveered in mid-air in a back-lit gallery. Surrounded and illuninated by floating stones painted in phosporescent colours, (referenced in Minerals), the work appropriated the unsanctioned mythology of Mormon missionaries in Guatemala who sought to conjure up evidence of Western influence upon pre-Columbian civilizations.

Artist biography
Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa has participated in various solo and group exhibitions including the 57th International Art Exhibition at the 2017 Venice Biennale, 13th Lyon Biennial (2015); the 10th Gwangju biennial (2014); A Chronicle of Interventions, Tate Modern, London (2014). He is a recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship, a Franklin Furnace award and an Akademie Schloss Solitude fellowship (selected by Dan Graham), and recently won the 2015 ARCO Region of Madrid Award for Young Artists. 


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About Gasworks Limited Edition Prints
Gasworks regularly produces editions with artists involved in its exhibition and studio programmes. These beautiful and affordable limited edition artworks are generously created for Gasworks in close collaboration with artists. All editions are exclusive to Gasworks and are signed and numbered by the artist. Proceeds from the sale of these works directly support our programme, generating vital funds to ensure that we can continue to support emerging artists to research, develop, make and present new work.