This artwork is part of the Galerie Hilger Drop.

Shepard Fairey

Exclamation, 2019

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Edition of 19.

Silkscreen and mixed media collage on paper, HPM

76 × 104 cm

29.9 × 40.9 in


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180 cm


As one of the most influential street artists working today, Shepard Fairey has created politically charged works across numerous mediums, including screenprints, stickers and spray paint works.

While the artist started in the underground scene, his art has become prominent in both pop culture and the art world, embracing marketing and advertising strategies, as well as political and social activism. Challenging the status quo, one of his most famous projects, Obey Giant (1990-present), illustrated Fairey's interest in phenomenology and subversion, as he quietly placed his Andre the Giant stickers in cities across the globe. His poster Hope became the defining image of the 2008 presidential campaign, capturing Barack Obama's message for change with bold colours and clean lines.

Fairey's works have been exhibited in numerous public and private institutions, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Smithsonian Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art. Recent solo exhibitions include Printed Matters: Paix et Justice, S16 Gallery Montreal, Canada, 2022, Eyes OpenMinds Open, Lotte Museum of Art Seoul, Korea, 2022, Backward Forward, Dallas Contemporary Dallas, Texas, 2022-2023, New Clear Power, A Museum of Contemporary Art Munich, Germany, 2022-2023, among others. 

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