Kings Cross

The two print series King’s Cross and The Armory mark Kirsten Everberg’s first encounter with the medium of etching. In her paintings, Everbeg creates plasticity by applying thick layers of shiny, liquid paint in many colours creating a shimmering illusion of space. In her aquatint etchings, she achieves a similar effect using just one colour, by repeated application of liquid, transparent aquatint tones that she then breaks down again with open bite. The strategy is like a reversal of her painting praxis, removing, digging away, rather than building up material.

Kirsten Everberg

St. Pancras (West), 2010

Print technique
Aquatint Etching
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 350g
Dimensions
Paper size 53 x 39.5 cm – Plate size 34 x 28 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
KiE 10 003-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Kirsten Everberg

St. Pancras (East), 2010

Print technique
Aquatint Etching
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 350g
Dimensions
Paper size 53 x 39.5 cm – Plate size 34 x 28 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
KiE 10 001-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Kirsten Everberg

Kings X, 2010

Print technique
Aquatint Etching
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 350g
Dimensions
Paper size 53 x 39.5 cm – Plate size 34 x 28 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
KiE 10 002-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Kirsten Everberg

St. Pancras (West), 2010

Print technique
Aquatint Etching
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 350g
Dimensions
Paper size 53 x 39.5 cm – Plate size 34 x 28 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
KiE 10 003-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

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