Yves Hayat, “Crucifixion” Triptych, 2011. Inkjet on Fine art watercolour paper, framed, 300 x 70 cm. Edition 6

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YVES HAYAT
French, b. 1946
Title: “Crucifixion” Triptych, 2011
Medium: Inkjet on Fine art watercolour paper, framed
Size: 300 x 70 cm
Edition 6
Acquired by: Stiftsmuseum, Klosterneuburg
Artist represented by: Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut/Paris/
New York
Acquisition date: 2015
 Yves Hayat, “Crucifixion” Triptych, 2011. Inkjet on Fine art watercolour paper, framed, 300 x 70 cm. Edition 6

Yves Hayat, “Crucifixion” Triptych, 2011. Inkjet on Fine art watercolour paper, framed, 300 x 70 cm. Edition 6

Having recourse to the most current technologies, Yves Hayat does not cease confronting, in his synchronous and provocative summary, these icons of the past with those of the present. He has an undeniable capacity to identify in the universe of pictures and signs, these illusory presences which haunted the collective imaginary of a mass society and to assign a physical place to an immaterial procession of ghosts that come from the memory and the consciousness.
(Viana Conti)

Copyright: © Hayat 2011
Courtesy of Mark Hachem Gallery
Credit line: Collection of Stiftsmuseum
Klosterneuburg in Austria with the
inventory number MM 8

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