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Martin Disler

Little Red Pusher / In the Erotic Space of a Head, 1984

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Leathercut and drypoint on Rives Wove,
bound in the magazine,
10 x 8 1/4” (25,5 x 21 cm),
printed by Aldo Crommelynck, Paris,
Ed. 50/X, signed and numbered.

Drypoint, aquatint, open bite and sugar lift on Rives Wove, bound in the
magazine, 10 x 8 1/4” (25,5 x 21 cm),
printed by Aldo Crommelynck, Paris,
Ed. 50/VIII, signed and numbered

The red and the black. With urgent, emphatic scribbles and deep, palpitating undertones, these etchings epitomize the skill of a graphic master.

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“It seems as if Disler were trying to recall (modern) man’s immense capacity to record and store images in order to penetrate into the memory of mankind. Unperturbed he surrenders to the excitement and with invincible power paces off the boundaries of deeper and deeper dimensions.” Bice Curiger Parkett No. 3, 1984