I See by Judy Darragh (A2) - The Bigger Picture
I See – Judy Darragh
Orders made 6 December 2023 onwards will not be fulfilled until early February 2024.
About the artwork: LIMITED EDITION
This a drawing made from a brown paper shopping bag, the found leaf looked like an eye. We are being watched, nature is looking at and to us.
About the artist:
Judy Darragh ONZM (b. 1957 Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand) is an artist renowned for her brightly coloured sculptural assemblages, collage, video, photography, and poster art. Her practice came to prominence during 1980s, at which time Darragh’s trademark and eclectic iconoclasm modelled a fleet-footed critical position in response to the rampant materialism and free-market reforms that characterized this period of New Zealand history. In 2004 Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand mounted the major survey exhibition Judy Darragh: So... you made it? Judy Darragh lives and works in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland where she has played a significant role in the development of ARTSPACE Aotearoa, artist-run spaces in Auckland such as Teststrip, and Cuckoo, has taught widely at both secondary and tertiary level. She with Imogen Taylor co-editored Femisphere a publication supporting women’s art practices in Aotearoa. Darragh continues to exhibit extensively throughout Aotearoa New Zealand and her works are held in numerous public collections in Aotearoa.
Posters will be shipped separately to anything else purchased on our online shop. They will be delivered in a cardboard flat-pack to ensure they arrive in perfect condition. Poster shipping is free.
Poster details: A2 (594mm x 420mm), 300gsm paper. Available in either Satin or Matte finish. Matte is recommended if you plan on framing the artwork (although satin looks great framed too - so choose satin if you aren't sure).
Note: Actual poster art does not include watermark.
This digital print is a part of the Bigger Picture - selling reproductions by artists across Aotearoa to help us raise funds for our 2023 general election campaign. Please click here to find out more about this initiative.