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Gilbert & George, ‘Red Morning Trouble’ 1977 - 25 photographs - black and white with dye on paper mounted onto board. Experimental Photography, Conceptual Photography, Art Photography, Sequence Photography, Narrative Photography, Mixed Media Photography, Cover Art, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Gilbert & George

‘Red Morning Trouble’, Gilbert & George, 1977 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Red Morning Trouble’, Gilbert & George, 1977 The individual views here of Gilbert & George show them contemplating and looking inwards. They depict themselves inside a grid made up of images of blossoming trees and the cityscape of London. When the colour red appears in the otherwise black and white photographs of Gilbert & George’s work of this time it signals an emotional and political response to their subject. The addition of the word ‘Trouble’ to the title (other works…

Gilbert and George are two artists who work together as a collaborative duo. John Baldessari, Robert Morris, Giuseppe Penone, Gilbert & George, Turner Prize, Sir Anthony, Collaborative Art, Working Together, Photomontage

Gilbert & George

Below are some random selections by my faves, Gilbert & George . They're pretty well-known for doing gridded prints like these, but they are...

View Dirty words pictures by Gilbert George on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Gilbert George. Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Art Rouge, Gilbert & George, Tableaux Vivants, Red Art, Exhibition Poster, Foto Art, Word Pictures

Gilbert and George: "The Dirty Words Pictures"

"FUCK" 1977 "QUEER" 1977 "ARE YOU ANGRY OR ARE YOU BORING?" 1977 "COMMUNISM" 1977 "CUNT" 1977 "THE PENIS" 1978

Gilbert & George past exhibition at Tate Modern Hans Ulrich Obrist, Gilbert & George, Sir Anthony, Thing 1, Galleries In London, Unusual Art, Conceptual Art, Photomontage, Best Artist

‘George the Cunt and Gilbert the Shit’, Gilbert & George, 1969 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘George the Cunt and Gilbert the Shit’, Gilbert & George, 1969 This ‘magazine sculpture’ was published in the journal Studio International in 1970, where it was shown in black and white with the offending words censored. Gilbert & George have described this work as an attempt to pre-empt criticism of themselves: ‘we knew there was a battle ahead and we wanted to be in there first, long before somebody could say we weren’t good artists, we couldn’t draw or we couldn’t paint…

Gilbert & George, images from top to bottom: “Shitted” “Bum Holes” “World” “Shitty World” “Flying Shit” “Shitty” “Naked” “Blood on Shit” Gilbert & George, List Of Artists, Collaborative Art, Sculpture, Plymouth, Contemporary Artists, All Art, Art Photography, Street Art

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