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Thought After Filthy Thought and In Shadows I Boogie are inspired by the corresponding paintings in Harland Miller’s 2017 solo exhibition at White Cube, London, ‘One Bar Electric Memoir’. In this new body of work, Miller continues to make the relationship between text and how colourfield painting and abstraction influence the way in which the text is read. Thought After Filthy Thought and In Shadows I Boogie represent the fourth collaboration between Harland Miller and Manifold Editions, and the first joint publication between Manifold Editions and White Cube. 


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Harland Miller
Harland Miller (born 1964, Yorkshire) is an artist and writer. He studied at Chelsea School of Art, graduating in 1988, since when his work has included paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media pieces with influences as disparate as Edgar Allen Poe, Ernest Hemingway, Ed Ruscha, Mark Rothko, Anselm Kiefer, and Robert Rauschenberg. Miller is probably best known for his large-scale paintings of imaginary Penguin book covers. The invented titles offer a mordant take on contemporary life, and include 'Whitby: The Self-Catering Years'; 'York, So Good They Named It Once' and 'Incurable Romantic Seeks Dirty Filthy Whore'. Miller’s solo exhibitions include those held at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York (2005), White Cube in Hoxton Square, London (2012), and Blain Southern in Berlin (2016), with a recent solo show, 'One Bar Electric Memoir', at White Cube (Mason's Yard), London, 2017.

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Thought After Filthy Thought

Thought After Filthy Thought

Thought After Filthy Thought

Etching with relief printing
Etching with relief printing
Edition of 75
Signed by the artist on the front, numbered on the reverse

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148.9 x 89.4 cm
58 5/8 x 35 3/16 in

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Thought After Filthy Thought and In Shadows I Boogie are inspired by the corresponding paintings in Harland Miller’s 2017 solo exhibition at White Cube, London, ‘One Bar Electric Memoir’. In this new body of work, Miller continues to make the relationship between text and how colourfield painting and abstraction influence the way in which the text is read. Thought After Filthy Thought and In Shadows I Boogie represent the fourth collaboration between Harland Miller and Manifold Editions, and the first joint publication between Manifold Editions and White Cube. 

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First Name Harland
Last Name Miller
Artist Description Harland Miller (born 1964, Yorkshire) is an artist and writer. He studied at Chelsea School of Art, graduating in 1988, since when his work has included paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media pieces with influences as disparate as Edgar Allen Poe, Ernest Hemingway, Ed Ruscha, Mark Rothko, Anselm Kiefer, and Robert Rauschenberg. Miller is probably best known for his large-scale paintings of imaginary Penguin book covers. The invented titles offer a mordant take on contemporary life, and include 'Whitby: The Self-Catering Years'; 'York, So Good They Named It Once' and 'Incurable Romantic Seeks Dirty Filthy Whore'. Miller’s solo exhibitions include those held at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York (2005), White Cube in Hoxton Square, London (2012), and Blain Southern in Berlin (2016), with a recent solo show, 'One Bar Electric Memoir', at White Cube (Mason's Yard), London, 2017.
Edition of 75
Ed Date 2019
Inscriptions Signed by the artist on the front, numbered on the reverse
Short Technique Etching with relief printing
Sheet Size 148.9 x 89.4 cm
Sheet Size (Inches) 58 5/8 x 35 3/16 in
Image Size No
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Published by Manifold Editions & White Cube, 2019. 

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