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Jamie Reid (British, b.1947) God Save the Queen, Sex Pistols, Silkscreen, Red(170 views)
Description: "God Save The Queen", 1997, Silkscreen print on paper, unframed.
Jamie Reid (b. 1947) is a British artist best known for his décollage covers of the Sex Pistols albums Never Mind the Bollocks and Heres the Sex Pistols, as well as their singles Anarchy in the U.K. and God Save the Queen. A self-described anarchist, Reids cover art helped define the aesthetic of the British punk movement with its faux-ransom-note letters and iconoclastic defacements of pop culture and nationalistic images. Born on January 16, 1947 in London, United Kingdom, he went on to attend the Croydon Art School where he met the future manager of the Sex Pistols, Malcom McLaren. Reid has maintained an active role in politics through zines and other media, and is currently represented by John Marchant Gallery in London. Today, his works can be found in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Tate Gallery in London, among others. Reid lives and works in London, United Kingdom.
Condition Report: Very good condition with few faint soft creases to upper and lower edges, top right corner.
Dimensions: Sheet: 40" x 29"
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