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No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VA… Read more Marc Bijl is a leading proponent of a hardcore aesthetic which is provocative and interventionist at the same time. A John Osborne-like angry young man, he belongs to the new generation of creative artists who have risen alongside the no-global movements of the late 1990's and early 2000's. Employing a Sex Pistols-style and admitting his debt to 70's counterculture, his imagery is involved with the illegal practices of social activism and with the strategies of urban guerrillas. (M. Scotini, Prague Biennale1, praguebiennale.org, 2003).
Marc Bijl (b. 1973)


Marc Bijl (b. 1973)
wood, cardboard and epoxypaint
79 x 47¼ x 31½in. (207 x 120 x 80cm.)
Executed in 2002, this work is number three from an edition of three
The Breeder, Athens.
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