Here's some more money art, beginning with images Tony Terranova submitted of two Victor Dubreuil works. Beautiful - thanks!
"Those Dubriel barrel paintings are decorating the walls of a California coin and currency's dealers office. He collects that particular artist."
Above is the image from last week's article.
Also this week I happened to come across this 2020 work by contemporary Italian artist Peter Hide.
Here are images of the front and back of the piece, plus a closeup.
Great new word (new to me, anyway) - "crumplage."
Peter Hide, artist also present at the 2017 Venice Biennale in the Tibet pavilion, was the first ever Italian artist, since 2003, to deal with banknotes in works of art.
Mixed technique with crumplage of banknotes (facsimile of American dollars) on canvas, entitled In God we trust, in its full and usual irony about the God of money.
Dimensions 70 x 50 x 4.5 cm
To read the complete lot description, see:
Peter Hide (1965) - In God we trust - Crumplage
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
THE MONEY ART OF VICTOR DUBREUIL
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