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Michael Druks

Michael Druks is seen as one of the most important conceptual Israeli artists of the 1970s. He exhibited at the Whitechapel Gallery, London and Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, among many others. His one-man exhibitions included: In-Out Centre, Amsterdam; Agora Studios, Maastricht; I.C.C., Antwerp; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv; Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. 

Untitled, 1978
Original photographic work, silver gelatin print. 291 x 380 mm. Signed and dated by the artist, numbered 8/8.

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Image, Undated (1973)
Black and white photograph. 300 x 380 mm. Signed by the artist, numbered 1/8. Inscribed by the artist ‘Image’. The photograph was reproduced as the cover image for the accompanying exhibition catalogue to Michael Druks: System-Beeld-Identiteit at the Internationaal Cultureel Centrum, 1975.

Untitled (off/on), 1973
Original photographic work, silver gelatin print. 520 x 400 mm. Signed and dated by the artist, numbered 2/8.

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