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  • Oct 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of /1-∞ on Discogs. Label: Edition Block - RO • Format: Vinyl LP, Limited Edition • Country: Germany • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Monolog Detail B: Detail als dessen Gast Roman Opalka in Berlin lebte 4/5(2).
  • Feb 22,  · Taken from the LP ' / 1 -- ∞' (Édition René Block ) Published by Galerie René Block (Berlin, Germany). Roman Opalka - 'Detail , Ausschnitt' (edit) Roman Opalka.
  • Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Roman Opalka at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore bottom right-hand corner, the tiny numbers were painted in horizontal rows. Each new canvas, which the artist called a 'detail', took up counting where the last left off. Roman Opalka: /1-∞ ‎ (LP, Ltd) Ottenhausen Verlag: Germany.
  • Painter and photographer Roman Opalka is best known for his lifelong project, /1 to Infinity (), in which he painted white numbers in long rows across a gray background. “The fundamental basis of my work, to which I have dedicated my life, manifests itself in a process of recording a progression that both documents time and also defines it,” he Roman Opalka.
  • Opalka, Roman. / Vinyl-Langspielschallplatte (33 UpM) mit Original-Cover (am äußeren Rand mit kl. Druckstellen). Berlin, Edition René Block, Seite 1: Detail (Ausschn. Skip to Main Content Toggle navigation.
  • Roman OPALKA: France born View Biography: / detail ,, synthetic polymer paint on canvas: (h) x (w) cm signed, dated and inscribed verso u.r., fibre-tipped pen, "OPALKA / / ".
  • Jan 08,  · Roman Opałka: /1 - ∞ Every "detail" is accompanied by a phonetic registration on a tape recorder and a photographic documentation of my face. -- Roman Opalka Published by Museum.
  • ‘ / 1 - ∞ /détail photo?’ was created in by Roman Opalka in Conceptual Art style. Find more prominent pieces of photo at – best visual art database.
  • Oct 06,  · Roman Opalka passes 5,, in “OPALKA /1 -∞, Détail ,” acrylic on canvas, 77 3/16 x 53 1/8 in ( x cm) (photo by André Morin, courtesy Dominique Lévy Gallery).