The Sea has no name for America

$500

Istanbul74’ and Utöpia present a collaboration with contemporary artist Robert Montgomery featuring a limited-edition artist flag for their project “FLAGS FOR FUTURE”.

• Made with upcycled plastic waste.
• 10% of the proceeds help to fund our programs for plastic interception, education and communication, material science, and eco-innovation.
• Flag dimension 150 x 100 cm
• Limited edition of 100 ex

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Artist Robert Montgomery
Robert Montgomery (born c. 1972) is a Scottish-born, London-based poet, artist and sculptor known for his site-specific installations created from light and text, as well as his ‘fire poems’. Montgomery works in a “melancholic post-Situationist” tradition, primarily in public spaces. He is regarded as a leading figure in the conceptual art world.
Some of his most famous public forms of poetry have been his white text on a black background pasted onto billboards around the world as part of his belief that art and poetry should be taken out of the gallery and into the wider, everyday world be it on a billboard or a bus shelter. “The point of art, is to touch the hearts of strangers, without the trouble of ever having to meet them. But, if you can touch their hearts from a distance and help a little bit from your quiet studio then it’s very nice.”

The Sea has no name for America

$500

Istanbul74’ and Utöpia present a collaboration with contemporary artist Robert Montgomery featuring a limited-edition artist flag for their project “FLAGS FOR FUTURE”.

• Made with upcycled plastic waste.
• 10% of the proceeds help to fund our programs for plastic interception, education and communication, material science, and eco-innovation.
• Flag dimension 150 x 100 cm
• Limited edition of 100 ex

Category: Tag:

Description

Artist Robert Montgomery
Robert Montgomery (born c. 1972) is a Scottish-born, London-based poet, artist and sculptor known for his site-specific installations created from light and text, as well as his ‘fire poems’. Montgomery works in a “melancholic post-Situationist” tradition, primarily in public spaces. He is regarded as a leading figure in the conceptual art world.
Some of his most famous public forms of poetry have been his white text on a black background pasted onto billboards around the world as part of his belief that art and poetry should be taken out of the gallery and into the wider, everyday world be it on a billboard or a bus shelter. “The point of art, is to touch the hearts of strangers, without the trouble of ever having to meet them. But, if you can touch their hearts from a distance and help a little bit from your quiet studio then it’s very nice.”