Peter Doig, <i>Maracas 2000</i> (2023) 26 colour screenprint. Edition of 150
Peter Doig, Maracas 2000 (2023) 26 colour screenprint. Edition of 150
Peter Doig, <i>Maracas 2000</i> (2023) 26 colour screenprint. Edition of 150 Peter Doig singing their prints Signed and dated by the artist Detail of  <i>Maracas 2000</i> (2023)
Peter Doig

Maracas 2000 (2023)

Edition of 150
26 colour screenprint on Somerset Tub Sized Satin Radiant White 410gsm. Produced by Counter Studio, Margate.
76 x 60 cm (29.9 x 23.6 in)
Signed and dated by the artist

A third of profits from the sale of each print will benefit the ICA.
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Peter Doig, along with seven other leading international artists, were asked to create a print to celebrate the ICA's 75th anniversary. A third of the profits from the sale of each print will be benefit the ICA's programme.

Available individually or as part of a boxset. View boxset here.

Doig explores the workings of memory. Filtering his own experience through eclectic source material and art-historical references, his dreamlike paintings visualise the sensation of looking back on the past. Doig amplifies this drama through virtuosic brushwork, suspending his art in the twilight zone between abstraction and figuration.

Maracas 2000 (2023) is created from a wash of blue and green, and is typical of Doig's compositions, which are often developed from film stills or other photographs, and which often feature isolated figures.

Peter Doig (b. 1959, Edinburgh, Scotland. Lives and works in Trinidad)

Peter Doig's paintings have a tendency to disorientate us, even when they depict recognisable imagery such as figures and buildings. He invites us to consider the status of the people, places and events that populate his pictures, whether they exist in private or public realms, in personal or shared experiences.