29 x 21 cm (including frame, outer size 50 x 35 cm)
Signed with 'Joop van Egmond'
Unemployment rose in the 1980s and housing shortages increased in the cities of The Netherlands. A certain pessimistic and bleak picture of the future began to emerge in certain groups in society, in particular in certain youth groups. Fears of a World War III reigned, (heroin) addiction was a true epidemic that plagued the other major cities via Amsterdam, the chance of finding a job was small and from 1984 house prices started to rise continuously. It was during this period that the term "no future" was used and the punk movement emerged. This artwork comes with an aluminum BARTH 1125 frame (color silver satin) and is protected with anti-reflective glass.