Born in Osaka, Japan (1937) and living in France, Kozo Inoue’s silk screened prints (serigraphs) are gentle representations of objects readily found in nature. Enhancing a palette of bright reds, purples, and dark greys, this print is framed in a black frame with rounded corners that drive home the 1980s minimalism of Inoue’s work. His prints can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art Paris, the Royal Library of Belgium, Modern Art Museum of Osaka, and the Spencer Museum of Art.
Number 23 in an edition of 150 prints of “Ecolosion Rouge”. Signed, titled, and numbered by the artist. Print purchased from and framed by Multiple Impressions of New York city.