New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
July 23–September 14, 2019
London

Angus Fairhurst
Richard Hamilton
Damien Hirst
Gary Hume
Karen Knorr
Sarah Lucas
Olivier Richon
Peter Saville
Sam Taylor-Johnson
Gillian Wearing

Sprüth Magers is pleased to present New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995, a group exhibition selected by Michael Bracewell that surveys identity and image in British art, culture and society between 1976 and 1995. The exhibition originates from a discussion about the cultural status and art historical positioning of one of Peter Saville’s best-known works for Factory Records made in the early 1980s and blurring the boundaries between art, design, pop and product.

Moving from Richard Hamilton’s pioneering interpretation of image, technology and process and commodity to Saville’s design for New Order’s seminal record, Blue Monday, via portraits of British society by Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon, and finally early videos by what came to be termed the Young British Artists, the exhibition considers a period that covers the twilight of the pre-digital, modernist city and the dawn of the postmodern computer age.

The exhibition begins at the end of the time period in question with a stark row of monitors facing the street from the front ground floor gallery. Videos by Angus Fairhurst, Gary Hume, Sam Taylor-Johnson, and Damien Hirst and Angus Fairhurst collaboratively are watched over by a teenage Sarah Lucas reading the New Musical Express. In A Cheap and Ill-Fitting Gorilla Suit, Fairhurst lurches around in exactly that, the costume slowly falling apart to reveal him naked underneath, walking out of shot and away from the hairy skin he has shed in the drab, shabby room.

 

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The home-movie quality of Fairhurst’s video and its determined DIY aesthetic is a significant feature of its visual language, equally apparent in the other works; Hume sat clothed in an overfilled bath in an industrial yard wearing a Burger King crown; Fairhurst and Hirst in full clown regalia discussing life and death in the pub; Taylor-Johnson presenting a naked figure slowed down and ecstatically raving to the strains of what we hear as a richly romantic piece of music; and in the basement gallery, Gillian Wearing silently dancing in a busy shopping centre. The themes of solitary dancing and Beckett-like, existential absurdism are at times indebted to a lineage of British surreal comedy yet imbued with psycho-drama that conveys a desire to break out, break away and declare a new freedom, literally jumping and flailing to declare a Year Zero. In the lineage of punk they make use of friends, cheap technology and seemingly non-descript space to become themselves.

The dawn of the punk era and the societal changes it heralded roughly twenty years prior to the YBAs are presented in Karen Knorr and Olivier Richion’s photographs of punks in the anarchic clubs of London’s West End in 1976 and ‘77. They self-consciously pose rather than being the subject of a simple fly-on-the-wall documentary style, the subjects, notably mostly women, thereby appearing both candid and confrontational, sharply lit by the flashgun. A few years later, Knorr’s series Belgravia would show the wealthy elite of early Thatcherism, captioned by descriptions of their everyday lives or fragments of conversation that complicate the reading of the image and edge the portraits towards caricature. Both punks and Belgravians are revealed as exclusive, self-policing societies, equally concerned with exclusivity, dogma, creed and social camouflage.

As the first blaze of punk came quickly to an end, it was followed by an atmosphere of requiem, elegy and machine music cults of alienation, responding in part to a UK economic and political climate in a state of volatile flux. This was also the era that saw the rise to pre-eminence of computers, coinciding with the popular use of the term ‘post-modernism’ as a cultural shorthand to describe a new experience of society and culture. Peter Saville’s work for Factory Records exemplifies the ways in which pioneering excursions into post-modernity could be brought to the mass markets commanded by popular culture. His record sleeve for New Order’s Blue Monday was a work of art that anyone could buy from the record shop, designed by Saville with full autonomy from the band and Factory’s chaotic embassy of creative ideology.

Saville’s work maintains the dualism between ‘cold’, minimalist, scientific-industrial flawlessness, and ‘warm’, luxurious or glamorous romanticism that had been pioneered by Richard Hamilton. His Soft Pink Landscape and Soft Blue Landscape make reference to Andrex toilet paper adverts from the early 1960s, with a small packet clearly slotted into the misty, woodland landscapes, the colour scheme of the product identified the titles. Sat near this is the Diab DS-101, a computer he designed in collaboration with the electronics company that asks questions about the relationship between art and design and the very status of this object as sculpture and/or functioning computer. Likewise, the two studies for Lux 50 – preparatory works for a later painting with the fascia for an functional amplifier embedded into it - question the same dichotomies.

The technical and technological treatment of image in relation to aesthetics, sociology and irony that Hamilton established and that was also central to Saville’s work would in turn be inherited and re-examined by Hirst. He is also present in this room with an early medicine cabinet Satellite, named after the Sex Pistols’ B-side. Unlike the video work at the start of the exhibition, the rough-and-ready ‘calling card’ style is not present; instead it is orderly with a colourful readymade pop art palette. Despite a shared interest in death and decay, it does not necessarily share the same chaotic punk ethos to search and destroy.

The audience and influence of pop and rock music were evidently still vast, fervent and political with the punk movement and its followers offering a creativity that was both sub-cultural and largely independent of and in opposition to the institutions of the art world. The common denominator of these subjects is a radical declaration of identity, image, creativity, autonomy and newness, at a time when Britain was undergoing fundamental technological, political, social and economic changes, the consequences of which are still being played out.

 

Installation Views
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23–September 14, 2019

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

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New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995
Installation view, Sprüth Magers, London, July 23 – September 14, 2019
Photo: © Voytek Ketz

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Exhibited Works
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Damien Hirst
Satellite, 1989-2010

Damien Hirst
Satellite, 1989-2010
Glass, faced particleboard, ramin, plastic, aluminium and pharmaceutical packaging
137 × 102 × 23 cm
54 × 40 × 9 in

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Sarah Lucas
1978, 2000

Sarah Lucas
1978, 2000
Black and white photograph
152,5 × 101 cm
60 × 39 3/4 inches

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Peter Saville
Blue Monday, 1983

Peter Saville
Blue Monday, 1983

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Damien Hirst / Angus Fairhurst
A Couple of Cannibals Eating A Clown (I Should Co-Co), 1993

Damien Hirst / Angus Fairhurst
A Couple of Cannibals Eating A Clown (I Should Co-Co), 1993
Video and sound, 22:10

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Angus Fairhurst
A Cheap and Ill-Fitting Gorilla Suit, 1995

Angus Fairhurst
A Cheap and Ill-Fitting Gorilla Suit, 1995
Original Betacam SP, c. 4 mins

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Gillian Wearing
Dancing In Peckham, 1994

Gillian Wearing
Dancing In Peckham, 1994
Colour video with sound, 25 minutes

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Gary Hume
Me As King Cnut, 1993

Gary Hume
Me As King Cnut, 1993
Video with sound, 1:17

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr
I would like my Sons, 1979-81
More views

Karen Knorr
Belgravia Series, 1979-81
Set of 26 silver bromide prints
50.8 × 40.6 cm each
20 × 16 inches each
58.8 × 48.6 cm (framed) each
23 1/8 × 19 1/8 inches (framed) each

More views
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Sam Taylor-Johnson
Brontosaurus, 1995

Sam Taylor-Johnson
Brontosaurus, 1995
Video with sound, 10 minutes looped

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Richard Hamilton
Diab DS-101 computer, 1985-89

Richard Hamilton
Diab DS-101 computer, 1985-89
Mixed media
70 × 50 × 50 cm
27 5/8 × 19 3/4 × 19 3/4 inches

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – I, 1976

Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – I, 1976
Collage on photograph
25 × 25 cm
9 7/8 × 9 7/8 inches
46,3 × 45,8 cm (framed)
18 1/4 × 18 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Richard Hamilton
Soft Pink Landscape, 1980

Richard Hamilton
Soft Pink Landscape, 1980
Collotype in 7 colours and screenprint from ca.
10 stencils in 35 colours on Ivorex paper
Paper: 72.8 × 91.6 cm
Image: 59.3 × 82 cm
Paper: 28 3/4 × 36 inches
Image: 23 3/8 × 32 1/4 inches
76 × 95cm (framed)
29 15/16 × 37 3/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Richard Hamilton
Soft Blue Landscape, 1979

Richard Hamilton
Soft Blue Landscape, 1979
Collotype in 7 colours and screenprint from ca.
10 stencils in 40 colours on Ivorex paper
Paper: 72.5 × 91.8 cm
Image: 61.4 × 85 cm
Paper: 28 1/2 × 36 1/8 inches
Image: 24 1/4 × 33 1/2 inches
76 × 95cm (framed)
29 15/16 × 37 3/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – VII, 1976

Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – VII, 1976
Acrylic and collage
35 × 35 cm
13 7/8 × 13 7/8 inches
54,5 × 53,8 cm (framed)
21 1/2 × 21 1/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Kings Road, 1976

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Kings Road, 1976
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,5 × 13 cm
Paper: 25,7 × 20,2 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,11 in
Paper: 10,11 × 7,95 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 1, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 1, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 16,9 × 11 cm
Paper: 25,2 × 20,5 cm
Image: 6,6 × 4,3 in
Paper: 9,9 × 8,07 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,4 × 14 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,3 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,5 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 2, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 2, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 15,4 × 22,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20 cm
Image: 6 × 8,9 in
Paper: 10 × 7,8 in
34,3 × 44,8 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,6 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 3, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 3, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,8 × 13,2 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,2 cm
Image: 7,7 × 5,2 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
34,3 × 44,8 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,6 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 4, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 4, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,4 × 13 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,11 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 5, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 5, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 13,6 × 21 cm
Paper: 20,2 × 25,5 cm
Image: 5,35 × 8,3 in
Paper: 7,9 × 10 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Lightning, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Lightning, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 28 × 18,6 cm
Paper: 30,5 × 24 cm
Image: 11 × 7,3 in
Paper: 12 × 9,4 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Untitled, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Untitled, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 18,7 × 12,7 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,3 × 5 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
44,8 × 34,3 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Destroy, 1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Destroy, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 13,1 × 19,6 cm
Paper: 20,2 × 25,5 cm
Image: 5,1 × 7,7 in
Paper: 7,9 × 10 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 1, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 1, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,3 × 12,6 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,5 × 4,9 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
44,1 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 2, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 2, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 28 × 18,5 cm
Paper: 30,5 × 24 cm
Image: 11 × 7,2 in
Paper: 12 × 9,4 in
44,1 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20,4 × 13,7 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,2 cm
Image: 8 × 5,3 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,8 × 34,2 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,4 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 6, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 6, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20,4 × 13,7 cm
Paper: 25,7 × 20,1 cm
Image: 8 × 5,3 in
Paper: 10,1 × 7,9 in
44 × 35,6 cm (framed)
17,3 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 6, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 6, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20 × 13,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,1 cm
Image: 7,8 × 5,4 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,9 × 34,4 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 8, 1976-1977

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 8, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20 × 13,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,1 cm
Image: 7,8 × 5,4 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,9 × 34,4 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)
Photo: © Stephen White, 2019

Details
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Damien Hirst
Satellite, 1989-2010
Glass, faced particleboard, ramin, plastic, aluminium and pharmaceutical packaging
137 × 102 × 23 cm
54 × 40 × 9 in

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Sarah Lucas
1978, 2000
Black and white photograph
152,5 × 101 cm
60 × 39 3/4 inches

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Peter Saville
Blue Monday, 1983

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Damien Hirst / Angus Fairhurst
A Couple of Cannibals Eating A Clown (I Should Co-Co), 1993
Video and sound, 22:10

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Angus Fairhurst
A Cheap and Ill-Fitting Gorilla Suit, 1995
Original Betacam SP, c. 4 mins

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Gillian Wearing
Dancing In Peckham, 1994
Colour video with sound, 25 minutes

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Gary Hume
Me As King Cnut, 1993
Video with sound, 1:17

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr
Belgravia Series, 1979-81
Set of 26 silver bromide prints
50.8 × 40.6 cm each
20 × 16 inches each
58.8 × 48.6 cm (framed) each
23 1/8 × 19 1/8 inches (framed) each

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr
Belgravia Series, 1979-81 (detail)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Sam Taylor-Johnson
Brontosaurus, 1995
Video with sound, 10 minutes looped

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Richard Hamilton
Diab DS-101 computer, 1985-89
Mixed media
70 × 50 × 50 cm
27 5/8 × 19 3/4 × 19 3/4 inches

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – I, 1976
Collage on photograph
25 × 25 cm
9 7/8 × 9 7/8 inches
46,3 × 45,8 cm (framed)
18 1/4 × 18 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Richard Hamilton
Soft Pink Landscape, 1980
Collotype in 7 colours and screenprint from ca.
10 stencils in 35 colours on Ivorex paper
Paper: 72.8 × 91.6 cm
Image: 59.3 × 82 cm
Paper: 28 3/4 × 36 inches
Image: 23 3/8 × 32 1/4 inches
76 × 95cm (framed)
29 15/16 × 37 3/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Richard Hamilton
Soft Blue Landscape, 1979
Collotype in 7 colours and screenprint from ca.
10 stencils in 40 colours on Ivorex paper
Paper: 72.5 × 91.8 cm
Image: 61.4 × 85 cm
Paper: 28 1/2 × 36 1/8 inches
Image: 24 1/4 × 33 1/2 inches
76 × 95cm (framed)
29 15/16 × 37 3/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Richard Hamilton
Study for ‘Lux 50' – VII, 1976
Acrylic and collage
35 × 35 cm
13 7/8 × 13 7/8 inches
54,5 × 53,8 cm (framed)
21 1/2 × 21 1/8 inches (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Kings Road, 1976
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,5 × 13 cm
Paper: 25,7 × 20,2 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,11 in
Paper: 10,11 × 7,95 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 1, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 16,9 × 11 cm
Paper: 25,2 × 20,5 cm
Image: 6,6 × 4,3 in
Paper: 9,9 × 8,07 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,4 × 14 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,3 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,5 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,32 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 2, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 15,4 × 22,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20 cm
Image: 6 × 8,9 in
Paper: 10 × 7,8 in
34,3 × 44,8 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,6 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 3, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,8 × 13,2 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,2 cm
Image: 7,7 × 5,2 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
34,3 × 44,8 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,6 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 4, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,4 × 13 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,6 × 5,11 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy 5, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 13,6 × 21 cm
Paper: 20,2 × 25,5 cm
Image: 5,35 × 8,3 in
Paper: 7,9 × 10 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Lightning, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 28 × 18,6 cm
Paper: 30,5 × 24 cm
Image: 11 × 7,3 in
Paper: 12 × 9,4 in
44 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Untitled, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 18,7 × 12,7 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,3 × 5 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
44,8 × 34,3 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Destroy, 1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 13,1 × 19,6 cm
Paper: 20,2 × 25,5 cm
Image: 5,1 × 7,7 in
Paper: 7,9 × 10 in
34,5 × 45,1 cm (framed)
13,5 × 17,7 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 1, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 19,3 × 12,6 cm
Paper: 25,6 × 20,4 cm
Image: 7,5 × 4,9 in
Paper: 10 × 8 in
44,1 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 2, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 28 × 18,5 cm
Paper: 30,5 × 24 cm
Image: 11 × 7,2 in
Paper: 12 × 9,4 in
44,1 × 35,5 cm (framed)
17,3 × 13,9 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20,4 × 13,7 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,2 cm
Image: 8 × 5,3 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,8 × 34,2 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,4 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Vortex 6, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20,4 × 13,7 cm
Paper: 25,7 × 20,1 cm
Image: 8 × 5,3 in
Paper: 10,1 × 7,9 in
44 × 35,6 cm (framed)
17,3 × 14 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 6, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20 × 13,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,1 cm
Image: 7,8 × 5,4 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,9 × 34,4 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)

New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 – 1995 – Group Exhibition – London

Karen Knorr / Olivier Richon
Roxy Club 8, 1976-1977
Vintage print on silver bromide paper
Image: 20 × 13,8 cm
Paper: 25,5 × 20,1 cm
Image: 7,8 × 5,4 in
Paper: 10 × 7,9 in
44,9 × 34,4 cm (framed)
17,6 × 13,5 in (framed)
Photo: © Stephen White, 2019

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