Art for ZAM

Mandela Landscape

By Anton Corbijn and Berend Strik

This artwork was donated to ZAM as a gesture of support.

An inspiring art print by Anton Corbijn and Berend Strik.

In 2003, Corbijn made a portrait of Nelson Mandela. Strik reworked the portrait with the unique stitching technique that brought him international fame. The resulting Mandela Landscape is a double-sided artwork; the backside showing a labyrinth of wires and stitches. Both sides were then photographed and reproduced, resulting in a double sided art print.

With Mandela Landscape Anton Corbijn and Berend Strik follow in the footsteps of Marlene Dumas, Zanele Muholi, Victor Ekpuk, Adriaan van Dis and Ruan Hoffmann. All proceeds of the sale of this artwork go to ZAM.

Anton Corbijn is one of the world's best known photographers and filmmakers. He has worked with the likes of U2, R.E.M., George Clooney and others.

Berend Strik is an internationally acclaimed multi-talented artist who is especially famous for his textile art.

Specifications

Size: 80x80cm, double sided
Number of prints: 80, signed and numbered
Printing Technique: Piezography
Paper: Hahnemuhle
Price: €2000 (excluding 21% VAT and shipment costs)

The original artwork of Mandela Landscape (100x100cm) has been sold.

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