Coffee Pot Hit by a Hammer, Cornelia Parker

Coffee Pot Hit by a Hammer (2015) - Cornelia Parker

Polymer photogravure etching on Fabriano Tiepolo Bianco 290gsm paper. Signed and numbered in pencil. From the series ’Thirty Pieces of Silver (Exposed)’.
Edition 11/20.
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Framing Specifications

Hand-finished charcoal Myristica timber frame with corner splines; UV-blocking acrylic glazing; float mounting using thread-through Japanese tissue paper hinges with purified wheat starch adhesive; Watermark Museum mount board and spacer; rigid non-porous backing board (3mm Dibond) with insulating inner board (3mm Coreflute); sub-frame with inbuilt split-batten hanging system for easy and secure wall attachment.

Cornelia Parker is a brilliantly inventive and acclaimed British artist. She came to prominence 30 years ago with Thirty Pieces of Silver (1988) in which she flattened a selection of silver-plated objects including teapots, spoons, trophies and musical instruments under a steamroller, then suspended them from the ceiling so they appeared to defy gravity, levitating just off the floor. Parker has consistently captured the imagination with a remarkable body of work underpinned by her beautifully poetic and oddly humorous view of the world.


Width: 540mm
Height: 660mm


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Coffee Pot Hit by a Hammer (2015) - Cornelia Parker
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