Influenced by his childhood emigration from the Ukraine to Israel, Klone’s initial practice of tagging and graffiti were personal challenges to themes of diaspora. This urban tradition allowed him to take ownership of his surroundings and localise an often hostile and alienating environment, making his foreign settings more familiar.
As his works expanded to exhibitions and murals throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, Klone began to integrate more complex traditions of art history and aimed to reach a broader political treatise by moving the intention of his work outside of himself and towards others and their relationships with—and concept of “home.”
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Time-limited edition print run.
The edition is available for 30 days.
Supplied with certificate of authenticity to provide limited edition provenance.
Size - A3 42 x 29.7 cm including a small white border for easy framing.
Archival Giclée print with an archival lifespan of up to 200 years.
Presented on Hahnemühle Photo Rag premium Fine Art paper.
A slightly off white, matt finish paper with guaranteed archival properties. The paper gives muted blacks with even colour reproduction and excellent detail. It has a minimal texture and a chalky, smooth cotton feel which creates smooth colour gradients.