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At the time, he was already experimenting with blank white canvas by applying decorative patterns on it using commercial rollers. It seems as though this act of urban observation introduced him to a whole new world of art-making possibilities, as from then on he went to create Word paintings featuring big, black stencil letters which compose entire phrases.

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To date, these artworks remain his most popular works, although Christopher Wool also does photography, prints, posters and books, and paints with other techniques, such as silkscreen and hand painting.

We apologise in advance for the many caps locks, but we also ask you to blame it all on Christopher Wool.

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Here it is, the Word painting that started it all. This is where he starts studying semantics, semiotics, the power of words not just in their meaning, but also their physical structure, their graphic and stylistic unity. His work is manual, yet mechanical, as he thoroughly explores the design of each letter, individually and in combination with the other ones.

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See And If here. Here, we have the first of a few FOOLs. It would seem that the artist wanted to depict, in an unusual way, the Punk years in New York City, through both visual and contextual tools. But who is the fool here, the artist?

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See Blue Fool details here. This one might be a little trickier to read than the rest of the Word paintings. It is clear as day that Christopher Wool loves imperative verbs, phrases one does not often hear in everyday language.

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According to those familiar with Word paintings, this is precisely the string of words that we might plan in our head when we are anticipating or reflecting on a conversation, but which is never so concisely or effectively available at the opportune moment. See the artwork here. Yet, it happens more than often that words have multiple senses, and one good example of that is the Untitled W3which simply reads HAAH.

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Only two letters, put in two combinations, yet they provide many observations, explanations, interpretations. Is it serious or playful? A specific language or all of them? It can be anything we want, so simple but so complex, conceived at a time when the existence of painting had been questioned and when the medium had been reinvented. See Untitled W3 here.

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And it is one of his most iconic pieces. Screaming RIOT, it is a fine example of his artistry in general, his rebellious, anarchy-fighting language that aims to be provocative, button-pushing and conceptually brilliant.

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See Untitled Riot W14 here. Apparently, since the letters correspond to those of his own name, Wool made a witty self-portrait through this work, at the same time poking fun at its viewer.

See Untitled W11 here.


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