Friederike Mayröcker (1924-2021, Austria)
Friederike Mayröcker was among the most influential and decorated German-language poets of the postwar period, producing an immense body of work that encompassed nearly every literary genre. Her work was formally inventive, much of it exploiting the imaginative potential of language to capture the minutiae of daily life, the natural world, love and grief. Her poems have been compared to linguistic collages, mystical or hallucinatory montages of language and experience. She made this ‘protective spirit’ drawing for Hans Ulrich Obrist in 2017.
This is an A3 (297 x 420 mm) Giclée print on Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm paper. Each print is supplied with a certificate of authenticity, with hologram stickers and matching edition numbers, issued sequentially by order of purchase as part of a limited issue of 100 prints.
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