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The End

US $403.79

Claudette Schreuders (b. 1973) is a sculptor and printmaker best known for her wood-carved and painted figures: short, stout, reserved, deadpan; born of personal–political experiences and usually engaged in private, everyday acts. A deliberate open-endedness reflects ambiguities of identity, particularly in a post-Apartheid South Africa, and elicits from the viewer a projection of their own meaning onto the work. Ambiguity is further entrenched by her visual references, which are drawn from confluences of African and European art traditions.

Schreuders has enjoyed international acclaim since the earliest years of her career, with numerous solo shows in the USA and notable group exhibitions at institutions including the MOMA (NYC), the Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D.C.) and the British Museum (London). Her work is held in prominent museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the MOMA (NYC), and she has been represented by New York’s Jack Shainman Gallery since 2001.

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  • Hand-pulled screen print on BFK Rives 250gsm
  • Paper size: 280x380mm
  • Limited edition of 35
  • Numbered and signed by the artist
  • Hand-printed in South Africa at Black River Studio (2021)
  • Framing available upon request (

Additional information

Weight 0.3 g
Dimensions 45 × 35 × 1 cm
Optional Frame

Bevelled charcoal wood frame, Brushed aluminium, Veneered aluminium, No Frame

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