Hanne Darboven (born 1941 in Munich, DE; died 2009) was a Hamburg-based German conceptual artist celebrated for her large-scale, minimalist installations. According to self-imposed rules, the artist focused on the thematic concept of time and the course of history. She used the calendar as a conceptual basis for her art, using dates and periods of time as the backbone of her works (for instance, One Month, One Year, One Century, 1971).… Read more
About the artwork
These 3 grano lithographs are a rare and unusual digression from Hanne Darboven's characteristic grid-like works in black and white. Printed in 6 colors, on Rives rag paper, these lithographs depict beautiful artificial marble found in the artist's home quarter of Harburg. They are labelled accordingly.