Tonight We Make History (P.S. I can't be there) is inspired by the title painting of Harland Miller’s 2016 solo exhibition at Blain|Southern Berlin, where the artist unveiled a new body of paintings, including a selection of works continuing Miller’s iconic Penguin series, which sees the artist playfully reworking Penguin book covers. This print is formed through printing multiple etching plates with silver chine collé to create the appearance of a worn book cover that has aged over time.
Please note, this work has been consigned to us by a client and is framed in a beautiful white ash frame by Darbyshires.
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Year first published: 2018
Medium: Limited Edition Print
Technique: Etching with blockprinting.
Classification: Limited edition of 50
Dimensions: 176cm(h) x 120cm(w)
Markings: Signed by the artist on the front and numbered on verso
Condition: Mint, as issued
Provenance: Comes with original purchase invoice from Paragon Press
Framing: Sold framed