Contemporary Artwork G. Pardi 1969 Untitled Inkwell on Paper

Untitled 1969

Code :  ARARCO0202731

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Contemporary Artwork G. Pardi 1969 Untitled Inkwell on Paper

Untitled 1969

Code :  ARARCO0202731

not available

Contemporary Artwork G. Pardi 1969 Untitled Inkwell on Paper - Untitled 1969


Untitled 1969

Artist:  Gianfranco Pardi (1933-2012)

Artwork title:  Senza titolo

Age:  Contemporary

Subject:  Study

Artistic technique:  Drawing

Technical specification:  Ink

Description : Senza titolo

Ink on paper. Signed and dated lower right. Accompanied by authentication on photo for the Marconi Gallery in Milan, and stamp of the JAPF Archive. with N. 112. From the beginning, Gianfranco Pardi's artistic research has been based on space and constructive planning that gives life to works of great formal rigor, characterized by the integration of drawing, painting and sculpture in a spatial dimension of breath architectural. Starting from rigorous planning, the artist reveals the dynamics and relationships of form and matter: imaginary architectural interiors, rigidly geometric or biomorphic sculptures, marriages of architectural constructions and natural environments. The study is presented in a frame.

Product Condition:
Product in good condition, shows small signs of wear. We try to present the real state as fully as possible with photos. If some details are not clear from the photos, what is reported in the description will prevail.

Frame Size (cm):
Height: 50
Width: 65
Depth: 2,5

Artwork dimensions (cm):
Height: 35
Width: 50

Authentication on photo

Additional Information

Artist: Gianfranco Pardi (1933-2012)

Born in Milan in 1933, in 1959 Gianfranco Pardi held his first solo show in Brescia, at the Alberti Gallery, while the following year he was hosted by the Colonna Gallery in Milan. During the 1960s he developed a style that integrated drawing, painting, sculpture and architecture. His participation in the collective exhibition La figuration narrative dans l'art contemporain in Paris dates back to 1965. In 1967 he began his collaboration with Studio Marconi in Milan and dedicated himself to the creation of works that are a reinterpretation of the historical avant-gardes such as Abstractionism, Suprematism, Constructivism and Neoplasticism. In the 1970s he develops in his architecture the desire to build and found a space through painting, as he believes that this means of expression can immediately produce the idea. His works develop through geometric signs and gestures which, together with a few colors, help him to express the concept of constructiveness. In 1974, and later in 1993, he took part in the XXVII Biennial at the Palazzo della Permanente in Milan. In 1979 he collaborated with Gianni Colombo and Emilio Tadini on the Borgotondo project, a playground built in Mirandola for the International Year of the Child. He repeatedly exhibits in various Italian exhibitions. Between the end of the 1980s and the early 1990s, he created the works in the Cinema, Monk and Maschere series, focusing on the use of iron supports. In 1998 the Palazzo Reale in Milan hosted a personal exhibition of his and the following year a series of important exhibitions were organized in Germany. He continues to be present in numerous Italian exhibitions and during his career he creates numerous sculptures for public and private spaces.

Age: Contemporary

It is difficult to define what Contemporary Art is, because it does not correspond to a time period or to a unique and specific artistic current. According to the subdivision of art into historical periods, the period of Contemporary Art would begin in 1789, at the end of Modern Art, and with the introduction to that century, the nineteenth, which sees the appearance of a new and revolutionary, Photography, and that begins to search for a different way of looking at reality and representing it, in particular with Impressionism, which chooses to mediate the vision of reality with the filter of feelings that it evokes. On the other hand, the whole twentieth century is permeated by the rise of numerous pictorial currents, which try to interpret the demands of the present using new means of production and adapting to the times and ways of life and which filter reality through feelings, intimist visions. , metaphysical interpretations, generating different multiple pictorial currents. Therefore, many believe that contemporary art is that mode of artistic expression that tends to involve new means of expression that range from performance, photography, installation, video, digital processing, to text, thus starting from some currents. avant-garde of the twentieth century and reaching up to the present day. But be careful: to date, in any century, a wide representation of artists has never disappeared in artistic pictorial production who have chosen to remain faithful to the most traditional pictorial technique, as well as to the representation of reality in the most consistent and objective way possible, which therefore can be considered Contemporary only in a more temporal sense, that is because they lived in the last decades of the current historical period.

Subject: Study

Artistic technique: Drawing

Il disegno è il processo di tracciare segni su una superficie tramite l'applicazione di una pressione o il trascinamento di un apposito strumento sulla superficie. Gli strumenti sono: matite in grafite o colorate, penna, pennelli fini con inchiostro, pastelli a cera o carboncini; i supporti tradizionali più frequenti sono carta, cartoncino, tavola, muro, tela, rame, vetro.

Technical specification: Ink

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