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Contemporary Bronze Sculpture Signed G. Masciarelli Duck Flight
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Contemporary Bronze Sculpture Signed G. Masciarelli Duck Flight

Duck Flight

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Contemporary Bronze Sculpture Signed G. Masciarelli Duck Flight

Duck Flight

Bronze sculpture. Signature engraved on the base. Gino Masciarelli, a sculptor originally from Abruzzo but who lived in the Milan area, after having also worked at the Experimental Center for Scientific Research “F. Marinotti” in Lombardy, dealing with high-frequency cinematographic shooting, learned to capture the instability of bodies in movement and the dissolution of matter in space in many of his works. In the sculptures "Human groups" and "Flight" - to which the work presented here belongs -, the dynamism of flight can be observed almost as if it were a photographic sequence. The artist himself said: "Only 8 seconds made an impression on 300 meters of film, the aim was to slow down what the human eye cannot see, I wanted to capture the movement and the projection of these seconds lasted a couple of hours".

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Contemporary Painting B. Saetti Fresco on Canvas Landscape
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Contemporary Painting B. Saetti Fresco on Canvas Landscape

Sunny Landscape

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Contemporary Painting B. Saetti Fresco on Canvas Landscape

Sunny Landscape

Fresco on canvas. Signed lower right. Further signature and technique on the back. Placed in the informal Emilian naturalism, Bruno Saetti's painting is distinguished by a significant love for the pictorial material, rich and consistent, pasty and fermenting, but also open to the modulations of luminous vibration. His series of "frescoes" with the Sun as the dominant subject is rich, as in this work, which presents a large bright sun shining on a brick red background, above an indefinite landscape, where only a basilica can be recognized at the top right. If Saetti's Emilian origin is evident in the warm tones of the red bricks and in the very peculiar taste of the material (the favorite fresco), on the other hand the Venetian contamination is recognizable (Saetti lived for a long time in Venice) in his lingering on the color, on its luminous vibrations, on the feeling of astonished amazement of space. The work is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Painting Signed Mario Previ The Woodcutter 1980
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Contemporary Painting Signed Mario Previ The Woodcutter 1980

The Woodcutter 1980

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Contemporary Painting Signed Mario Previ The Woodcutter 1980

The Woodcutter 1980

Oil on glass. On the lower left are the signature and date, accompanied by the artist's symbol, the stylised figurine of a man in a wheelchair. This is a work on glass by the painter Mario Previ, who has lived and painted in a wheelchair since the age of eighteen, due to quadriplegia following a plunge into his Taro river. He said of himself: ‘The world, the passage of time, from this point of view (the wheelchair) teaches you many things. You learn to wake up every morning with a purpose, even if your body is in pain, if every gesture generates suffering and you depend on others, and giving up could be an easy solution. And instead, art, painting, together with the serenity of my world, of friends, give me incredible energy. They have saved me, giving me the strength to live'. In 1974, three years after the accident, inspired by a television programme on Yugoslavian naïve painters, in particular by the works on glass by Mijo Kovacic, Previ began painting and learning the art of glass painting as a self-taught artist, until he became known and appreciated for his paintings. In his naifs, Mario Previ recounts a reality that has almost disappeared, real stories albeit in a fairy-tale tone, revives lost traditions, glimpses of life that belonged to other generations, those of the peasant civilisation (from which he comes), but what emerges most from his visions are the ‘forë’, those that could once be heard in the ‘firossi’, the traditional evenings in the hamlets of Parma dedicated to getting together to tell anecdotes, stories and historical curiosities, often in front of the fireplace, when it was cold and snowing outside. The work is presented in the frame.

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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979
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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979

The Bonfire under the Snow, 1979

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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979

The Bonfire under the Snow, 1979

Oil on glass. At the bottom right are the signature and date, accompanied by the artist's symbol, the stylized figurine of a man in a wheelchair. It is a work on glass by the painter Mario Previ, who has lived and painted in a wheelchair since the age of eighteen, due to quadriplegia resulting from a dive into his Taro. He said of himself: "The world, the passage of time, from this point of view (the wheelchair) teach many things. You learn to wake up every morning with a purpose, even if your body is in pain, if every gesture generates suffering and depending on others and giving up could be an easy solution. And instead, art, painting, together with the serenity of my world, of friends, give me incredible energy. They saved me, giving me the strength to live". In 1974, three years after the accident, inspired by a television program on Yugoslavian naïve painters, in particular by the works on glass of Mijo Kovacic, Previ began to paint and learn the art of painting on glass as a self-taught, until he to make himself known and appreciated for his paintings. In his naifs Mario Previ tells a reality that has almost disappeared, real stories albeit in a fairy-tale tone, he revives lost traditions, slices of life that belonged to other generations, those of peasant civilization (from which he also comes), but what emerges most from his visions are the "forë", those that could once be heard in the "firossi", the traditional evenings of the hamlets of Parma dedicated to meeting to tell anecdotes, stories and historical curiosities, often in front of the fireplace fire, when outside it was cold and snowing. The work is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Painting by F. Liberatore Mixed Technique 1977
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Contemporary Painting by F. Liberatore Mixed Technique 1977

Female Figure, 1977

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Contemporary Painting by F. Liberatore Mixed Technique 1977

Female Figure, 1977

Mixed technique on paper. Signed lower right. On the back, the artist's autograph dedication, with the date. Liberatore uses different pictorial techniques, favoring human figures, in particular female figures or smoking trains departing in mysterious stations. His images of women are depicted with sensual faces and attitudes and often framed by particular hats. Critics have defined Fausto Maria Liberatore's painting as art made of realism and mystery. The work is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Painting by Luca Caccioni Mixed Technique 1991
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Contemporary Painting by Luca Caccioni Mixed Technique 1991

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Contemporary Painting by Luca Caccioni Mixed Technique 1991

Mixed media on paper. On the back the artist's stamp with the signature, the title (not deciphered) and the date of the work. Caccioni, an artist who was born, trained and still lives in Bologna, is one of the protagonists of a generation that has now reached a definitive linguistic maturation and occupies an important space within the contemporary artistic panorama. His research mainly uses unusual materials such as acetates, PVC and, more recently, scenic backdrops from nineteenth-century theatrical works, on which he intervenes by painting forms taken from a personal memory and from suggestions coming from different cultures and historical periods. A recurring element in Luca Caccioni's work is writing, a self-significant sign that designs the work and is capable of narrating thoughts; working by superposition, the images are constructed by addition or subtraction of color on the various supports. Work in frame.

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Contemporary Artwork by L. Caccioni Mixed Technique Studio 1992
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Contemporary Artwork by L. Caccioni Mixed Technique Studio 1992

Studio 1992

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Contemporary Artwork by L. Caccioni Mixed Technique Studio 1992

Studio 1992

Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated lower, with title. On the back the artist's stamp with the signature, title and date of the work. Caccioni, an artist who was born, trained and still lives in Bologna, is one of the protagonists of a generation that has now reached a definitive linguistic maturation and occupies an important space within the contemporary artistic panorama. His research mainly uses unusual materials such as acetates, PVC and, more recently, scenic backdrops from nineteenth-century theatrical works, on which he intervenes by painting forms taken from a personal memory and from suggestions coming from different cultures and historical periods. A recurring element in Luca Caccioni's work is writing, a self-significant sign that designs the work and is capable of narrating thoughts; working by superposition, the images are constructed by addition or subtraction of color on the various supports. Work in frame.

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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900
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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900

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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900

Gilded bronze bas-reliefs. Signed lower right; number of specimen 25/150 bottom left. The triptych is accompanied by a certification of authenticity from the Seledi Arte Center in Milan. The titles of the three bas-reliefs are shown in the authentication: Fortune, Stallion Fight, The Couple. Francesco Messina's sculpture, so full of echoes of the classical Greco-Roman and Hellenistic heritage,"is characterized", wrote Carlo Carrà, "a simple and great style" and by an "idealistic and classical procedure"capable of give life to forms that remain as "ideal images". The three bronze panels are mounted in a single frame.

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Contemporary Painting A. Scanavino Acrylic on Cardboard 1971
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Contemporary Painting A. Scanavino Acrylic on Cardboard 1971

Untitled, 1971

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Contemporary Painting A. Scanavino Acrylic on Cardboard 1971

Untitled, 1971

Acrylic on cardboard. Signed lower right. Accompanied by Authentication on photo signed by the artist, with stamp of the Bolzicco Gallery of Portogruaro (VE). Published in the General Catalog of Electa editions (vol.II, page 535, n. 230). Emilio Scanavino, a painter and sculptor originally from Genoa, after a figurative beginning, gave his painting post-cubist characteristics, with the forms becoming progressively stylized until they dissolved completely in the early 1950s. In '54 the stylized knot began to appear in his canvases, which became his characteristic sign, characterizing all his subsequent production. In the production of the 70s, to which the work presented here belongs, the "knot" becomes perfectly delineated and recognisable, expressed in disturbing shapes, sometimes threatening and stained with blood red. The work is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Silkscreen A. Burri Sestante 14 Italy 1989
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Contemporary Silkscreen A. Burri Sestante 14 Italy 1989

Sestante 14 1989

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Contemporary Silkscreen A. Burri Sestante 14 Italy 1989

Sestante 14 1989

Color screenprint on paper. Signed in pencil lower right, numbered n. IV/XV bottom left. It is accompanied by photo authentication from the "Il borghetto" art house in Milan. The work was part of the "Sestante" series, consisting of 16 different serigraphs. In 1982 Alberto Burri created Sestante, a large cycle of seventeen cellotexes and an iron sculpture, which was exhibited from May to September of the following year in the space of the former Giudecca shipyards in Venice. The evocation of the old nautical instrument, which was used by travelers to establish the position of a given point with respect to the horizon, is a tribute to the maritime destiny of Venice. The paintings are Burri's umpteenth challenge: in their combinations the shapes and colors of the "sextant" create an inexhaustible cycle where there is not the slightest repetition. Within the same painting, or in the juxtaposition of one to the other, the kaleidoscope of shapes allows square and curvilinear structures to coexist, together with large chromatic backgrounds and dense visual patterns. In 1989 the artist proposed the cycle again as a graphic work, creating the "Sestante" series. The art historian Bruno Corà said that "in Burri's case, speaking of graphics does not mean speaking of a lesser production compared to paintings, but only of a different and parallel artistic modality, in conception and execution, in short such as to be able to be included with absolute importance in the production of the great painter, alongside all his other revolutionary innovative pronouncements". The work is presented in a frame.

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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979
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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979

Oil on plywood

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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979

Oil on plywood

Charles Moody (1979), oil on plywood. Signed on the back. The work was exhibited at the solo exhibition "Borderland" at the Gallery 8 in Milan Corso Venezia, as evidenced by the paper to the back lable. Charles Moody graduated in 2003 at the Art Institute of Boston and, after three years in Milan, chooses to live in New York. In his art the focus at trial (conceptual art, process art) rather than to the image content and it is in this scrap that painting is at its best. An art that was created by the approval of television images (almost never films) and in particular from popular soap operas. Moody's work goes beyond the mass media image by customizing the selection for special images that, in his view, offer a potential narrative; are images of transition, moments of transition from one scene to the next. The artist uses a manual oil painting to reproduce the low quality of the tv picture extolling the "blurring" of blur. We are facing a loss of spatial dimension, in a temporality confused-diffuse-intangible which is difficult to recognize the boundaries ("Borderland"). In these perceptual distortions, in which time dilates expands, each painting represents a "indiscernibilità" in which the recognition of the object that takes second place. The time of Moody is neither Chronicle nor history but suspension. (From "Charles Moody, Borderland", curated by Gianni Romano, exhibition catalogue, CorsoVeneziaOtto, November-December 2009)

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Contemporary Painting R. Licata Untitled 1998 Oil on Canvas
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Contemporary Painting R. Licata Untitled 1998 Oil on Canvas

Untitled, 1998

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Contemporary Painting R. Licata Untitled 1998 Oil on Canvas

Untitled, 1998

Oil painting on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. Riccardo Licata, an eclectic artist who dedicated himself to painting, engraving, mosaic, sculpture and also scenography, has gone through various phases of artistic research and has been able to combine abstraction with a profound search for spatial rhythms marked by signs . His graphic-pictorial writing, inspired by music, has given a unique identity to his works, which stand out for the skilful use of symbols and graphic features. The work is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Painting Mino Maccari Female Figures Canvas
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Contemporary Painting Mino Maccari Female Figures Canvas

Female Figures

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Contemporary Painting Mino Maccari Female Figures Canvas

Female Figures

Oil painting on canvas. Signed lower left. Mino Maccari's artistic production is mainly aimed at social and political satire, expressed above all through drawing; moreover, he never positioned himself as a judge of Italian customs, but rather as an amusing and amused chronicler of the vices and weaknesses of society. In his pictorial production, although he does not deviate excessively from the themes of his drawings, he accentuates the fantastic aspect more: with rapid and decisive brushstrokes and bright, often violent colours, he characterizes almost unreal or rather caricatural figures. The work is presented in a frame.

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Antique Painting Glimpse with Figures '800-'900 Oil on Wooden Board
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Antique Painting Glimpse with Figures '800-'900 Oil on Wooden Board

Glimpse of the Country with Figures

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Antique Painting Glimpse with Figures '800-'900 Oil on Wooden Board

Glimpse of the Country with Figures

Oil on wooden panel. Signed lower left. Vittore Antonio Cargnel, father of Lucio Cargnel, was mainly a landscape painter, author in particular of evocative views of Treviso and exciting glimpses of Friuli, his homeland. He is considered the spokesperson of intimate landscape painting, for his ability to freeze landscapes in the immediacy of atmospheric changes, often on small panels, so as not to miss the moment of a particular luministic condition responsible for the impression aroused in the artist. In this part of the town, the luminous contrast stands out between the square still dominated by the gray rain, highlighted by the umbrellas of passers-by - figures that are only indistinct spots, neutral elements of the landscape - and the light which, cutting through the clouds, illuminates and colours. the top of the buildings. The painting is presented in a contemporary frame.

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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary
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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary

Saint George 1992

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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary

Saint George 1992

Oil on panel. Signed bottom right. On the back, with Cyrillic characters, there is the title, the date and the location, Bergamo. The Lithuanian artist, who currently lives and works between Moscow, Italy and the United Kingdom, is considered one of the most important contemporary Russian artists. In his large production there are landscapes, still lifes, many portraits of famous people and his surreal compositions, an expression of his peculiar "dream vision" of reality. Even in this table, albeit in the style of traditional icons, the depiction of the famous St. George is proposed in a surreal key that reminds of De Chirico, in which the dragon is replaced by a goose, the Saint's head is an egg, in the outlines there are figures of sorceresses... a clearly unorthodox interpretation! The panel has a vertical slit. The piece is presented in a frame.

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Contemporary Painting Paolo Baratella 1992 Plato and Aristotle
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Contemporary Painting Paolo Baratella 1992 Plato and Aristotle

Plato and Aristotle

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Contemporary Painting Paolo Baratella 1992 Plato and Aristotle

Plato and Aristotle

Mixed media on canvas. Signature, title, date and dedication on the reverse. Paolo Baratella, a recently deceased artist from Ferrara, developed his art by composing vast pictorial cycles inspired by contemporary subjects; we therefore have series of works by him gathered under significant titles. From the mid-1980s and into the 2000s, his scenographic apparatuses became more enriched with cultural, pictorial and literal iconographic references. In particular, Baratella pays greater attention to the iconography of art, philosophy and history. In this work the artist presents the portraits of the two great Greek philosophers (taken from their traditional classical depictions) and shades them in a frame of pink-blue colours. The two individual canvases are placed side by side inside a worked wooden frame, on whose two horizontal crosspieces the words "Timaeus" a work written by Plato, and "Ethics", a recurring theme of Aristotelian philosophy, are engraved.

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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze
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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze

Female Figure 1993

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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze

Female Figure 1993

Polychrome bronze sculpture on stone base. Signature and date on the base. Guido Lodigiani, a Milanese sculptor who is still active and a passionate teacher at the Brera Academy, said of his art: " believe that the artist is called to show the root of human experience and in this way to excite again". And the root of existence, its womb, is the woman, whom Lodigiani considers the Woman of the Announcement, an expression of the restless and intimate tension towards the mystery of creation. Lodigiani's sculpture extracts form, as if from a mother's womb, starting from an original nucleus of matter in which it excavates voids and tensions. This plastic tension is well expressed in this naked female figure, seated but twisted, as if she had just emerged from indistinct matter and tended upwards, towards life, towards the light.

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Sculpture by Marco Cornini
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Sculpture by Marco Cornini

Girl in armchair

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Sculpture by Marco Cornini

Girl in armchair

Terracotta sculpture. Signed lower right. Marco Cornini, a Milanese artist trained at the Brera Academy, works mainly with terracotta, with which he creates human figures, both male and female, men and women, or better yet boys and girls of more or less the same generation, in moments of their intimacy, often as a couple but also individually, with sentimental, erotic and passionate values. Here we see a naked woman sitting in an armchair in a room, in an attitude of intimate desperation.

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Contemporary Sculpture Bas-Relief A. Guazzardella Owl 1994 Bronze
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Contemporary Sculpture Bas-Relief A. Guazzardella Owl 1994 Bronze

Owl 1994

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Contemporary Sculpture Bas-Relief A. Guazzardella Owl 1994 Bronze

Owl 1994

Bronze bas-relief. Signed lower left, initials AG upper right. On the back of the panel, there is the name, title and date of the work. Achille Guzzardella, a Milanese sculptor-painter, is particularly renowned for his sculptural portraits of well-known personalities from the Italian art world. Among others, he portrayed Vittorio Sgarbi, who called him 'the fighter of clay' and also 'Achille who paints with his soul'. Eclectic and refined, he has also created other subjects, using different techniques. Oneiric in his oil painting and always close to man in his sculptural work, Guzzardella fascinates art lovers with his concreteness expressed through his personal formal research.

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Contemporary Artwork Cioni Carpi 1963/74 Conceptual Art Mixed Techniqu
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Contemporary Artwork Cioni Carpi 1963/74 Conceptual Art Mixed Techniqu

We created Atypical Systems 1963/74

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Contemporary Artwork Cioni Carpi 1963/74 Conceptual Art Mixed Techniqu

We created Atypical Systems 1963/74

Serigraphs and photos. The work consists of three silk-screened cartoons (in cardboard box) with the text in English (original title "We have created atypical systems") and six photos portraying the artist, individually framed. On the back of the three serigraphs in English, numbered in sequence, there are the edition number 13/15, the date 1974 and the artist's signature; they also accompany three unsigned serigraphs with the text in Italian. Cioni Carpi, Milanese artist, engaged in conceptual and minimalist art, produced works in which imagination, sensitivity, expressive flair were fundamental. His creativity was also expressed in photography, installations, video, drawing, writing, the artist's book, as well as painting. The dimensions indicated are those of the single frame.

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