Space Invaders in an Art Gallery from Invader #ArtTuesday
After spending two decades putting almost 4,000 in 79 cities around the world, the artist Invader has an official exhibition called Invader: Prints on Paper. Here’s more from JUXTAPOZ:
The silkscreens, lithographs, woodcuts, and four-color process prints currently on view in Lubljanja are not Paris-based artist’s chosen mediums, but over the years, he has experimented with a diverse range of techniques in order to give his signature mosaics new methods of exposure. The big, focused overview of his practice beyond the street interventions and invasions, presents different paper forms of the infamous aliases (mosaics depicting the iconic Space Invaders characters), printed versions of works from Rubikcubism series (works created with Rubik cubes as mediums), a variety experimentations with the print techniques and 8-bit graphics. A special treat is the selection of 24 invasion maps chronicling the artist’s invasion of those cities, each revealing the exact location of the works.
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