A beautifully crafted, limited edition print hand signed by the artist. The print is a replica of Mach's original series of large scale collages from his blockbuster, world touring exhibition 'Precious Light', first shown in Edinburgh, 2011.
Available exclusively through collaboration with Eleesa Dadiani.
David Mach is one of the UK’s most recognised and respected artists working in contemporary art. Known for his dynamic and imaginative large scale collages, sculpture and installations, Mach is heavily influenced by Pop Art and consumerism, and employs a sense of drama, performance and unpredictability in his work. His work explores materiality on a prodigious scale through the assemblage of mass–produced objects, most notably magazines, newspapers and car tyres to form large–scale installations and sculpture. His work is representational, humorous, often controversial and uses scale to deliberately overwhelm audiences and demand their attention.
Never content in making ‘easy’ art, the maverick Scot continuously challenges not only his physical ability but gravity and perception. He revels in the challenge of the physically demanding character of his works, stating that ‘hard graft never hurt anyone,’ and attributing his need to make physically demanding pieces as a response to growing up in the industrial region of Fife, Scotland. For Mach, the act of making is just as important as the finished article as he strives for a need to overcome the ‘Bohemian’ idea of the artist with their brush and chisel.