Philippe Shangti

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Fringe

Born in 1976 in Johannesburg, South Africa, the artist who goes by the pseudonym Fringe was educated in the Natal Midlands. Thereafter he studied design in Cape Town.

David Yarrow

David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966. He took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old found himself working as a photographer for..

Ari Hersch

Ari Hersch is a self taught artist born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hersch creates pop style contemporary portraiture works using charcoal, acrylic and pencil.

Fringe Facsimiles | Fine art edition print

(OUR ONLY TERMS)

FRINGE FACSIMILES

OUR ONLY TERMS: ‘OH JUST SHUT UP (SAID THE MASTER TO THE FOOL) B TRUMPS T’

The latest print by the artist FRINGE for February 2021 takes a side swipe at the world of big politics, and the spats that held humanity spellbound in the period preceding. Using the matrix of a vintage Sears almanac, a consumer guide from the times before, he describes the fall of the power of cash and the rise of the currency in its most fundamental form… art.

The text asks us to address who the Master is at the helm of the new world order. And if we identify the master, then perhaps we can identify the fool. We wonder who is marching to the beat of whose drum?

The 1905 Sears Almanac provides the perfect backdrop to the text giving us cause for introspection: the artist questions when it all changed, and when was cash suddenly not king. And therefore, FRINGE wonders, if it’s true that the most viable economy now is in the state of the art.

 

Price: R10800.00 per print.

Price for the entire series (13 prints) R108000.00
(edition size 40)

Fringe Facsimiles | Fine art edition print

(OUR ONLY TERMS)

FRINGE FACSIMILES

OUR ONLY TERMS: ‘OH JUST SHUT UP (SAID THE MASTER TO THE FOOL) B TRUMPS T’

The latest print by the artist FRINGE for February 2021 takes a side swipe at the world of big politics, and the spats that held humanity spellbound in the period preceding. Using the matrix of a vintage Sears almanac, a consumer guide from the times before, he describes the fall of the power of cash and the rise of the currency in its most fundamental form… art.

The text asks us to address who the Master is at the helm of the new world order. And if we identify the master, then perhaps we can identify the fool. We wonder who is marching to the beat of whose drum?

The 1905 Sears Almanac provides the perfect backdrop to the text giving us cause for introspection: the artist questions when it all changed, and when was cash suddenly not king. And therefore, FRINGE wonders, if it’s true that the most viable economy now is in the state of the art.

 

Price: R10800.00 per print.

Price for the entire series (13 prints) R108000.00
(edition size 40)

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