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With his practice, Peter Tunney draws Pop aesthetics into the contemporary era. Here, he employs collage, acrylic paint, and vintage dictionary pages to create a composite representation of verbal and visual messages relating to the United States flag.

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Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity

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Frame: 38 x 46 x 1 in (96.52 x 116.84 x 2.54 cm)

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About Peter Tunney

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Peter Tunney (American) is a New York-based mixed media artist whose works are described as relics of the constant performance that is the artist’s life. His recent works, where optimistic phrases are colorfully painted over collaged newspaper headlines, serve as a “subtle attack on our culture of fear and ennui.” As the media tends to focus on death, destruction, hysteria, and greed, Peter whimsically overpowers them them with his own headlines, such as “DON’T PANIC,” “BELIEVE,” and “CHANGE THE WAY YOU SEE EVERYTHING.”

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United States Flag, 2011
Lot Number 1
Screenprint and acrylic on museum board
19.5 x 25.5 in (49.53 x 64.77 cm)
Unique
Signed, inscribed, and dated in pencil on lower right, recto

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United States Flag
  • Dimensions
    19.5 x 25.5 in (49.53 x 64.77 cm)