1     an exclusive artwork

Black is the antithesis. Most people think black is the negation of colour - when rather it’s the full absorption of colour. It has the entire colour spectrum held within it.”
— Artist Lina Iris Viktor

Artist Lina Iris Viktor is on Wondereur because influential curators such as Sir David Adjaye believe she is important and on the rise.

An original Mixed-Media by New York-based artist Lina Iris Viktor exclusively curated for Wondereur by award-winning architect Sir David Adjaye.

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Original Mixed-Media

66 x 51
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SIGNED by the artist

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Pure 24-karat gold, acrylic, gouache, ink, print on cotton rag paper. Ships in custom-made crate.

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2     a top curator pick

Artist Lina Iris Viktor curated by award-winning architect Sir David Adjaye

David adjaye
Lina’s work is as evocative as it is strikingly beautiful. Her explorations with gold possess incredible intelligence, drawing out at once powerful connections to global indigenous heritages, opulent futuristic visions of black beauty, and vast philosophical notions of cosmology, geometry, and atomic matter. Her work crosses confidently across a landscape of science, technology, culture and identity with a timeless elegance and a casual defiance that is definitively modern.”

AWARD-WINNING ARCHITECT • ADJAYE ASSOCIATES • SMITHSONIAN AFRICAN AMERICAN

Sir David Adjaye is an award-winning Ghanaian-British architect. A leading figure in the architecture world, David has played a major role in seeing architecture as a social act. As the founder of Adjaye Associates, David has led numerous international commissions for museums, libraries and cultural institutions, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway. In 2009, he was selected as the lead designer of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. David has crossed creative platforms and collaborated with contemporary artists, such as Chris Ofili and Olafur Eliasson, and exhibited at the Venice Biennale and Tate Britain. Recently, David was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to architecture.

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3     an investigative photo documentary

Exclusive 21-page photo documentary from our investigative journalist team in collaboration with award-winning photojournalist Mambu Bayoh. Location: New York, United States. Copyright Wondereur 2017.

MEET with artist Lina Iris Viktor curated by award-winning architect Sir David Adjaye.

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PHOTOJOURNALIST FOR WONDEREUR MAMBU BAYOH

Mambu Bayoh is a New York-based photographer from Sierra Leone. The social documentarian is most notable for his work on the Afropunk Movement, which has been featured on CNN.

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4     an artist to invest in

Exclusive career analysis and market overview from our investigative journalist team.

GET the facts behind Lina Iris Viktor’s success, career development and price. The value of her art is expected to significantly increase in the next few years.

3 SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Including Miami Art Basel
12 GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Including Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft
5 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS
Including The Cob Gallery
Price Relative Indicator
PR 1
Career Span
3 years
Prestige Category - Exhibition Venues
A+

Key Dates

2017 Top artist pick for award-winning architect Sir David Adjaye for Wondereur
2017 "Back Stories," Group Show, Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle, U.S.
2016 "The Woven Arc," Group Show, The Cooper Gallery, Harvard University, Boston, U.S.
2016 "Sisters of the Moon," Group Show, Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft, Louisville, KY, U.S.
2016 "As the Cosmos Unfolds (Formationism. 1)," Group Show, The Cob Gallery, London, U.K.
2014 "Arcadia: Into The Blue," Solo Show, SCOPE International Contemporary Art Show, Miami Art Basel, U.S.
2014 "Intangible Beauty: Beautiful Women & The Endless Void," Group Show, Kasher | Potamkin Gallery, New York, U.S.
2014 "Arcadia," Solo Show, Gallery 151, New York, U.S.
1986 Born in the United States

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