Sisterhood

Master-Giclée, Limited Edition of 100 pieces.

 

SMALL        80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inch)

MEDIUM     100 x 100 cm (39 x 39 inch)

LARGE       120 x 120 cm (47.2 x 47.2 inch)

ABOUT SISTERHOOD

Artist: Martin Llamedo

Land of Origin: Argentina

Martin Llamedo often provides richly layered philosophical commentary on modern society with a focus on the roles of women and their stark world of sociological boundaries.

The two picture-perfect women look dehumanized, possibly cloned or otherwise evolved into automatons, timeless figures in the sense that they could be traditional upper-class housewives, present-day trophy wives, or just average women from the future. These women, in the eyes of their maker, are steeped in ice, filters and online reanimation.

The artist has proven himself eerily conscious of alienating trends in modern society that offer us a sobering, potential glimpse of the future. What becomes of us in the absence of accepting and honoring our human imperfections?

Martin Llamedo has for long been inspired by the much earlier and ultimately positively inclined Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None, the philosophical novel by Friedrich Nietzsche, whose central concept “will to power” calls on us to live our lives as passionate, chaotic and free human beings.

ABOUT THE MASTER-GICLÉES

We use the highest possible, colour tested printing process in the IBEX ArtLab. The Master-Giclées are overseen by the artists themselves to ensure that they are exactly as the artists want them. All used materials for the Master-Giclées are acid-free, so they will not turn yellow or go brittle. We use archival pigment inks which have the longest lifespan of any ink currently known.

At IBEX, we believe in providing the highest quality Master-Giclées to match the high quality of our artists. All pieces are produced in our own print, varnishing and framing facilities in Germany. From start to finish each work of art is handled personally by a master printer with more than 20 years of experience in the fine arts.