Details:

This photograph depicts the archetypal clown figure placing his hand through a hole to draw a sign on his own back.
Framed: 22.5 x 16.5 x 1.5 in.
Edition 1 of 6
Certificate of Authenticity

① Artwork:

Work Clown 2

This photograph depicts the archetypal clown figure placing his hand through a hole to draw a sign on his own back. This image, part of a series, charts the political possibilities of excess and failure. Sandler’s current multi-media practice examines the relationship between desire, acts of identification and meaning.

Specs:

12 inches
18 inches
1.5 inches
18 inches
with frame
16.5 inches
22.5 inches

③ Artist:

Robert Sandler

Robert Sandler's practice frequently deconstructs meaning by frustrating the viewer’s desire. He playfully explores our collective fantasies in images that reference popular culture and parody domestic life. Spanning across multiple media and a range of styles, Sandler’s work charts the political possibilities of excess and failure.

Robert Sandler:
Work Clown 2, 2020
Inkjet on archival print
18.0 × 12.0 inches /
Robert Sandler:
Work Clown 2, 2020
Inkjet on archival print
18.0 × 12.0 inches /

This photograph depicts the archetypal clown figure placing his hand through a hole to draw a sign on his own back.More

  • Framed: 22.5 x 16.5 x 1.5 in.
  • Edition 1 of 6
  • Certificate of Authenticity
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