1 July 2015
CHRISTIAN ROSA (B.1982)
Look into the Future
signed and dated 'Christian Rosa 2014' (on the overlap)
oil, charcoal, spray enamel, corn oil, graphite, resin, tape and oil stick on canvas
78 ¾ x 102 ¾in. (200 x 261cm.)
Executed in 2014
Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Berlin, Contemporary Fine Arts, Christian Rosa Love's Gonna Save the Day, 2014, p. 78 (illustrated in colour, p. 31; installation view illustrated in colour, p. 14).
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