Slave / Paul Du Bois-Reymond
artist: Paul Du Bois-Reymond
medium: etching, edition of 5
size plate: ± 3 x 4 cm
size paper: ± 20 x 25 cm
Paul du Bois-Reymond (1974, Berlin) is a visual artist and graphic designer who lives and works in Amsterdam. He is part of design duo Machine, famous for their dazzlings record sleeve designs.
In 2011 Paul du Bois-Reymond (PDBR) amazed the art world with his etchings for the first time. The extraordinary quality of his detailed pieces did not go unnoticed. Ernst van de Wetering –the world's leading authority on Rembrandt– acquired a large piece.
For his second solo show at Unruly Gallery, PDBR shows a new series of etchings, as well as new pencil drawings. His fascination with etching started when he made a book with his father, Burkhardt Soell, who is also an artist.
PDBR: "I'm interested in typography becoming abstract imagery, in creating intriguing and complex visual structures and in simply indulging myself and the viewer in endless graphic possibilities.
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