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THOMAS BAYRLE

 

Flying Home, artboard UV-Inkjet print in 7 colour coats on Arches Rives Bütten, 114 x 84 cm. /44.9 x 33.1 inches, series of 10 unique copies (all prints are unique due to harmonious shades of the colouring and minor variations of the image section), A to J, signed and numbered, 2014
€ 2000,-

 

 

Variations on the artistic theme were presented from December 2000 to January 2001 on approximately 2500 billboards and as computer animations on video screens

in underground stations in Vienna. A project realised by museum in progress in cooperation with Austrian Airlines, gewista and INFOSCREEN

 

Variations on the artistic theme were presented from December 2000 to January 2001 on approximately 2500 billboards and as computer animations on video screens

in underground stations in Vienna. A project realised by museum in progress in cooperation with Austrian Airlines, gewista and INFOSCREEN

 

Variations on the artistic theme were presented from December 2000 to January 2001 on approximately 2500 billboards and as computer animations on video screens

in underground stations in Vienna. A project realised by museum in progress in cooperation with Austrian Airlines, gewista and INFOSCREEN

 

Thomas Bayrle signing the prints

 

With Flying Home I almost go back to the sixties Op-Pop-Comic-Box with the motto: Ski jumper made of yellow aeroplane cards is flying to the right in front of a sky made of blue aeroplane cards and aeroplane made of yellow ski jumper cards is flying to the left in front of a sky made of blue ski jumper cards. In this Flying Home-dialectic, raging standstill dominates on the level of elementary particles. They always stay where they are. The aeroplanes apparent change of location takes place on a higher level through projection. By beaming movements onto the particles remaining in raging standstill, the illusion of a change of location is created. The aeroplanes know that and return quickly just like Hänschen klein in the nursery rhyme. 
Thomas Bayrle


Public Poster Program # 04 (march 2016)

Cowboy Montana Kid (red/blue) - Cowboy Death Valley (black/yellow), 2 colour silkscreen print (iris print) on C-MAT 150 grams, 68 x 94 cm. /26.8 x 37 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

please contact gallery for availability and price

 

 

 

Atari Faces, artists' book + offset print From A to B – Helke I, on Lessebo Design 240 g/m2, 22 x 28 cm. /8.7 x 11 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 1991/2014

€ 190,-

 

 

Atari Faces, artists' book + offset print And Back Again – Helke II, on Lessebo Design 240 g/m2, 22 x 28 cm. /8.7 x 11 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 1991/2014

€ 190,-

 

 

SUNDAY # 032 (october 5th 2014)

Happy days are here again, offset print on multi-offset, 120 grams, A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm. /23.2 x 33.1 inches) folded to A4 (29.7 x 21 cm. /11.7 x 8.3 inches), edition 100, signed and numbered, 2014

please contact gallery for price

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SUNDAY is an editorial project published on a bi-monthly basis. A standard format was developed specifically for this project, in which an artist is invited to conduct an intervention, re-think a work, or make an adaptation.

SUNDAY is a cross between a publication, an artist’s edition, a multiple, and an exhibition.

A foldable exhibition platform, a poster-like monograph, an artwork edition, .........

An A1-size poster folded to A4 size, a colophon, bundled in an envelope.

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