A4xX is a work in the form of a collection that questions the relationship between art and money.
The less it costs to produce a work of art, the less power is ceded to economics.
We tend to devalue, without even realizing it, anything that is offered for free.
Our aim is to change the paradigm, by making art accessible to all: creating the conditions for relationships, exchange and encounters, fostering free circulation and networks.
by Alex Chevalier, Claude Closky, Christine Demias, David Horvitz, Micah Lexier, Jonathan Monk, Eric Watier, Elsa Werth
|Release Place||Paris /, France|
|Inscription||a work in the form of a free unlimited collection|
|Genre/Content Form||Art Collection|
|Themes||Art and Money|
|Methods||Black And White Copy|
|Dimensions||21.0 × 29.7 cm|
Web referencesA4xX ( A4 multiplie par x) ( A4 multiplied by x)