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Nicola López Limited Edition Print

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Nicola López Limited Edition Print

525.00

Headlands Artist in Residence 2006
Untitled, 2006
11” x 14”, digital pigment print with collage

New York-based artist, Nicola López constructs drawings, prints, sculpture and large installation work based on human-built landscapes saturated with signs of mobility, speed, growth and the glorification of technology. The physical process of building each piece reflects the evolution that urban landscape undergoes by López’ layering of architecture, history, technology and topography that make up the contemporary environment. López draws on the visual language of cartography in order to evoke the idea of mapping. López’s map-like images represent how our actual world is structured, not on a literal geography but on an experiential level. López has shown throughout the greater New York area, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. López attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and received an MFA and a BA from Columbia University in New York.

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Headlands Artist in Residence 2006
Untitled, 2006
11” x 14”, digital pigment print with collage

New York-based artist, Nicola López constructs drawings, prints, sculpture and large installation work based on human-built landscapes saturated with signs of mobility, speed, growth and the glorification of technology. The physical process of building each piece reflects the evolution that urban landscape undergoes by López’ layering of architecture, history, technology and topography that make up the contemporary environment. López draws on the visual language of cartography in order to evoke the idea of mapping. López’s map-like images represent how our actual world is structured, not on a literal geography but on an experiential level. López has shown throughout the greater New York area, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. López attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and received an MFA and a BA from Columbia University in New York.