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Abstract composition

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Abstract composition

Enamel on rounded metal plate. On the back cataloging label, of the Smalti De Poli of Padua, which refers to the artist Paolo De Poli (1905-1996): this is a tribute to the Paduan artist who distinguished himself for his works in fired enamel on metal. In frame.

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113.00€

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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983
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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983

Straitjacket

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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983

Straitjacket

Sculpture made of candies. Nausicaa Berbenni was born in Trescore Balneario (BG) in 1983; now she lives and works in Milan. She studied at the Brera Academy and once taking over her father's bakery she could combine her passions, art and bakery, creating art pieces made of candies and sugar paste. The piece in question is a straitjacket that comes on a mannequin; it is made of sewn round candies that unfortunatelly had lost thair color because of the time going from a pstel color to a monochrome brownish tone that give to the art piece a more dramatice tone.

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175.00€

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J. Watson Mixed Technique on Fabric Australia XX Century
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J. Watson Mixed Technique on Fabric Australia XX Century

Untitled

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J. Watson Mixed Technique on Fabric Australia XX Century

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Mixed technique on fabric scraps, with added elements of various materials. The square canvas drawn with oil presents a figure of a woman on horseback; the horse's tail, to be applied on top, is made of synthetic hair; the painting is also accompanied by a small rectangular canvas with a text written in English, like the excerpt of a letter, and a ceramic ashtray in the shape of a horse, proposed alongside each other. Jenny Watson is an Australian artist (born and trained in Melbourne) who has adopted different stylistic approaches to her painting, using a range of different materials and fabrics, such as velvet elements and collages, and often combining images and words. The subjects she proposed have always tended to be autobiographical: starting from punk and feminist inspirations, Jenny Watson recreates an intimate diary in which figures and words intertwine to compose short daily narratives. Her personal iconography is made up of self-portraits (the red-haired woman is none other than the artist herself), horses, cats, domestic interiors and lettering, rendered with very fresh brushstrokes that leave a lot of space to the imagination, even if the figures are rendered in a very rigid and fixed way, as if to denounce the absence of social movement, especially towards women. Her pieces are often accompanied by small coloured canvases that display poetic descriptions of her work, making the viewer's identification process immediate. The piece proposed here was presented at a solo exhibition by Jenny Watson held in Trento in 2018, at the Raffaelli Art Studio, entitled "Jenny around the world". It is accompanied by photos showing how its presentation at this exhibition was carried out, and the invitation card to the exhibition of the buyers of the work is also attached. A small catalogue of the artist's exhibition held in Como in 1993 is also attached.

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600.00€

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Luminous sculpture from the 70s
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Luminous sculpture from the 70s

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Luminous sculpture from the 70s

Bas-relief sculpture, with metal wires, aluminum globe and lamp holder mounted in the shape of a butterfly on a glossy black plastic panel. On the back label of Studio EF, TOp model, Made in Italy.

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88.00€

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Painted Glass on Picture by Marco Nereo Rotelli No Title 1990
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Painted Glass on Picture by Marco Nereo Rotelli No Title 1990

Untitled, 1990

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Painted Glass on Picture by Marco Nereo Rotelli No Title 1990

Untitled, 1990

Painted glass on paper. Signature and date on the back. Sold with authentication on picture with stamp of the atelier, signature of the artist and date. Marco Nereo Rotelli is a painter and sculptor from Venice who creates his works by engaging philosophers, photographers and interacting with poetry. Over time, poetry became a constant reference in his works; in fact he pursued mainly a research on light and poetical dimension. He realized or attended the realization of big installations bot in Italy and abroad. 1955.

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275.00€

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Study, 1975
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Study, 1975

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Study, 1975

Mixed technique bas-relief on chipboard. Abstract composition, with the date 1975 in the lower left. On the back the title, the date, and the declaration of revision of the same, with dedication and signature of the artist Stefano Colombo.

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113.00€

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G. Fieschi Oil Mixed Media on Canvas Italy 1966
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G. Fieschi Oil Mixed Media on Canvas Italy 1966

Idealism, 1966

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G. Fieschi Oil Mixed Media on Canvas Italy 1966

Idealism, 1966

Mixed media on canvas. SIgned on the upper right corner. Date and inscription on the lower right corner. Title on the back. Giannetto Fieschi, noble italian painter born in Val Brembana and artistically trained in Genoa, started his graphic studies during his long stays abroad ( Paris, Bercelona, New York). After an informal-spatial starting he recovered the figurative element anticipating pop art's standards. In his compositions he inserts strong surreal suggestions of decadent sign and of eschatological-emblematic poetry, facing themes as violence, knowledge and eros. He tried all kind of art, included the postal art, calligraphy, and is the author of several books of drawings and essays about contemporary sacral art and about the moral value fo the wall painting: He's considered an art intellectual. The painting belogs to an important bescian collection. Comes with frame.

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150.00€

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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967
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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967

You you 1967

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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967

You you 1967

A panel with colored acrylic inlays. Made by Ugo Nespolo (1941). Signed and dated at the bottom left. A further signature, date and title on the back. Early work belonging to Nespolo's debut as artist. 1967.

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A. Gajoni Oil on Hardboard Italy XX Century
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A. Gajoni Oil on Hardboard Italy XX Century

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A. Gajoni Oil on Hardboard Italy XX Century

Oil on hardboard. Signed top right. Born in Milan in 1913, and trained at the Brera Academy (of which he later became a teacher), Adriano Gajoni became passionate about the study of seventeenth-century Lombard painters and Dutch and Flemish painting of the seventeenth century, from whose meticulous realism he let himself be inspired. Of strict figurative observance, Gajoni preferred landscapes, portraits and above all still lifes, which he expressed in fairy-tale and allegorical compositions. He mainly practiced oil painting on wood and hardboard. This painting proposes a composition of two musical instruments, a violin and a mandolin, on a table together with an open book. In frame.

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45.00€

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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1991
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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1991

Biforma bracelet

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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1991

Biforma bracelet

Mixed media on cardboard. Below the signature. On the back the title and the year, with further signature. 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 maturity 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 of nineteenth-century theatrical works, on which he intervenes by painting forms drawn from a personal memory and suggestions 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 telling thoughts; working by overlapping, the images are constructed by adding or subtracting the color on the various supports. Work in frame.

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100.00€

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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1995
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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1995

"Per uno Studio sui Suoni.."

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L. Caccioni Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1995

"Per uno Studio sui Suoni.."

Mixed media on paper. At the bottom right the signature and the date. On the back the title, the date and an autographed dedication to a friend. 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 maturity 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 of nineteenth-century theatrical works, on which he intervenes by painting forms drawn from a personal memory and suggestions 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 telling thoughts; working by overlapping, the images are constructed by adding or subtracting the color on the various supports. Work in frame.

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100.00€

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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973
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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973

Landscape with fossil

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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973

Landscape with fossil

Oil painting on canvas. Signature, date and title on the back. It is the work of the Milanese painter Giulio Scapaticci, of the artists of the pictorial-political current who at the turn of the 1950s-1960s was defined as “Existential Realism”. Immediately considered an artist sensitive to existential issues, he began to paint the Milan of the 50s and 60s with its typical railing houses, the peeling windows that open onto a darkly colored urban landscape, the gray industrial suburbs and desolate, quartered oxen and fish hanging on nails. In the mid-1970s, he leaves Milan and moves to the Oltrepò Pavese, where his painting is transformed, goes beyond the previous dark and monochromatic introspective experiences and in his paintings appears a rural world made of more lively and luminous tones: farmhouses, still natures, still lifes, insects, rivers, resting sandy loops. Back in Milan, from the 1980s he returns to depict a more painful humanity, with insects that transform and settle to cover sensations of solitude and voluntary silences. The work proposed here is part of the production attributable to the years of Oltrepò Pavese. The scene is divided into two distinct panels: on the left a glimpse of the countryside dominated in the background by the black profile of an industrial city, with the silhouette of an insect in the foreground; on the right, the corpse of a fish, the fossil of the title. The colors are light, but a greyness dominates that emphasizes the gloom of the scene. The painting has a slight damage in the upper right. It is presented in a frame.

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60.00€

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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973
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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973

Insect in the landscape, 1973

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G. Scapaticci Oil on Canvas Italy 1973

Insect in the landscape, 1973

Oil painting on canvas. On the back you can find the signature, the title and the date of the work. It is the work of the Milanese painter Giulio Scapaticci, of the artists of the pictorial-political current who at the turn of the 1950s-1960s was defined as “Existential Realism”. Immediately considered an artist sensitive to existential issues, he began to paint the Milan of the 50s and 60s with its typical railing houses, the peeling windows that open onto a darkly colored urban landscape, the gray industrial suburbs and desolate, quartered oxen and fish hanging on nails. In the mid-1970s, he leaves Milan and moves to the Oltrepò Pavese, where his painting is transformed, goes beyond the previous dark and monochromatic introspective experiences and in his paintings appears a rural world made of more lively and luminous tones: farmhouses, still natures, still lifes, insects, rivers, resting sandy loops. Back in Milan, from the 1980s he returns to depict a more painful humanity, with insects that transform and settle to cover sensations of solitude and voluntary silences. The work proposed here is part of the production attributable to the years of Oltrepò Pavese, with the large Lombard farmhouse on the left, a glimpse of the sunny plain and, in the foreground, an insect. The work is presented in a frame.

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60.00€

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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1926
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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1926

Woodland scene 1926

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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1926

Woodland scene 1926

Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated lower right. The Turin artist Mario Sturani joined the Futurist Movement in his youth. From 1927 he began his collaboration with the Lenci ceramics factory, where he was able to renew the formal and decorative repertoire of Lenci ceramics in an anti-rhetorical key, avoiding the stylistic features of the art of the regime. Even in the field of serial reproduction, Sturani was able to express the inventive freedom of artistic inspiration: on the surfaces of the vases, for example, he transposed the naturalistic subjects dear to him, sometimes transfiguring them into fabulous tones; in other cases a certain déco taste, the dynamic rhythms of Futurist ancestry or the cubist decompositions, like the elegant twentieth century stylizations. Between 1928 and 1930 Sturani painted a series of small paintings, with intimate tones, depicting landscapes or still lifes. For over thirty years Sturani also worked as an entomologist, within the Institute of Agricultural Entomology of the Turin university, and his studies were also widely appreciated by the academic world for the scientific value and the methodological rigor with which they were conducted. . The small drawing presented here belongs to the early production of Sturani, even before the collaboration with the Lenci manufacture. In this glimpse of the countryside with woods and fawns, we find his propensity to transfuse the landscapes he reproduces in a fairy tale key. In an exposed frame.

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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1927
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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1927

Naturalistic Composition 1927

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M. Sturani Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1927

Naturalistic Composition 1927

Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated lower left. The Turin artist Mario Sturani joined the Futurist Movement in his youth. From 1927 he began his collaboration with the Lenci ceramics factory, where he was able to renew the formal and decorative repertoire of Lenci ceramics in an anti-rhetorical key, avoiding the stylistic features of the art of the regime. Even in the field of serial reproduction, Sturani was able to express the inventive freedom of artistic inspiration: on the surfaces of the vases, for example, he transposed the naturalistic subjects dear to him, sometimes transfiguring them into fabulous tones; in other cases a certain déco taste, the dynamic rhythms of Futurist ancestry or the cubist decompositions, like the elegant twentieth century stylizations. Between 1928 and 1930 Sturani painted a series of small paintings, with intimate tones, depicting landscapes or still lifes. For over thirty years Sturani also worked as an entomologist, within the Institute of Agricultural Entomology of the Turin university, and his studies were also widely appreciated by the academic world for the scientific value and the methodological rigor with which they were conducted. . The small drawing presented here belongs to the early production of Sturani, even before the collaboration with the Lenci manufacture. In this small drawing from his early years, Sturani is still affected by his closeness to futurism. In frame.

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G. Bellandi Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1965
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G. Bellandi Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1965

Studio per Affresco 1965

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G. Bellandi Mixed Media on Paper Italy 1965

Studio per Affresco 1965

Mixed media on paper. Below are the signature, date and title. It is a tribute to the great Polish entrepreneur, founder of the homonymous cosmetic house Helena Rubinstein, made in the year of her death. Giorgio Bellandi, born in Milan in 1931, was a very talented set painter. Passionate about art from a very young age, he attended the Brera Academy and became an active part of the Milanese artistic environment of those years. Bellandi worked as a set designer at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and made his debut as a painter in the 1950s by joining the existential realism, a very active artistic movement in Milan in the second half of the 1950s, becoming one of the exponents of this current. Existential Realism was originally based on the search for something different, an alternative both to informal painting and to the effects of existentialism, especially political, which had taken hold due to the damage caused by World War II. Ideologically these artists had in common the refusal towards authoritarianisms and towards social and political conformisms, in an environment oriented overall to the left. Bellandi is an artist gifted with talent and creativity, a lover of freedom of expression and beauty, and performs works of interesting reading with intense but harmonious chromatic tones. Passionate about Lake Como, he often came to the Lario in search of relaxation and inspiration. In '64 he participated in the Venice Biennale and in '65 he was invited to the IX Quadriennale in Rome. Very active painter, he realizes many exhibitions in national and international territory, until his illness which unfortunately was fatal to him, in 1976. The work is presented in a frame.

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120.00€

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G. Bellandi Group of 4 Mixed Techniques on Paper Italy 1964
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G. Bellandi Group of 4 Mixed Techniques on Paper Italy 1964

Studi per le "Persecuzioni" 1964

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G. Bellandi Group of 4 Mixed Techniques on Paper Italy 1964

Studi per le "Persecuzioni" 1964

Group of four mixed techniques on paper, individually signed and dated 8/10/64, and further signature with title under the framed composition. These are preparatory sketches for the works that the artist exhibited at the exhibition, designed and created in 1967-68 with his friend Amilcare Rambelli at the Galleria del Grattacielo in Milan. Giorgio Bellandi, born in Milan in 1931, was a very talented set painter. Passionate about art from a very young age, he attended the Brera Academy and became an active part of the Milanese artistic environment of those years. Bellandi worked as a set designer at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and made his debut as a painter in the 1950s by joining the existential realism, a very active artistic movement in Milan in the second half of the 1950s, becoming one of the exponents of this current. Existential Realism was originally based on the search for something different, an alternative both to informal painting and to the effects of existentialism, especially political, which had taken hold due to the damage caused by World War II. Ideologically these artists had in common the refusal towards authoritarianisms and towards social and political conformisms, in an environment oriented overall to the left. Bellandi is an artist gifted with talent and creativity, a lover of freedom of expression and beauty, and performs works of interesting reading with intense but harmonious chromatic tones. Passionate about Lake Como, he often came to the Lario in search of relaxation and inspiration. In '64 he participated in the Venice Biennale and in '65 he was invited to the IX Quadriennale in Rome. Very active painter, he realizes many exhibitions in national and international territory, up to the illness which unfortunately was fatal to him, in 1976.

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175.00€

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M. Francesconi Oil on Canvas Italy 1958
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M. Francesconi Oil on Canvas Italy 1958

Untitled 1958

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M. Francesconi Oil on Canvas Italy 1958

Untitled 1958

Oil on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. The work of strong emotional impact proposes an almost monochromatic purple background, in which a few black and white strokes are inserted to define a silhouette curled up on the left, perhaps a human form, collected and closed in on itself. Born in 1934 in Viareggio, where he still lives, the painter and sculptor Mario Francesconi is considered one of the few survivors of Dadaism, which since the end of the 1950s has gone through the seasons of Italian and European art in a distinctly personal search for forms and techniques. Starting from his first solo show in 1959 he develops an artistic path that goes through different phases, often attributable to a passion for poor and recycled materials. His artistic activity moves between the areas of painting, sculpture, collage and installation and borders on the adjacent areas of poetry and literature, also thanks to friendships and professional relationships with some of the most significant figures of the intellectual world. Italian of the second half of the last century, from Emilio Villa to Cesare Garboli, from Leonardo Sciascia to Mario Luzi, from Cesare Zavattini to Pier Paolo Pasolini, from Alfonso Gatto to Sandro Penna to Venturino Venturi. The work is presented in a frame.

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225.00€

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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968
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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968

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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968

Print on paper. Rare anti-racist poster which, as indicated below, was published as a supplement to the magazine "MAI" of June '68, in the series "I manifesti di MAI di Giò" (Giorgio Tavaglione). It is a manifesto of the beat movements that spread in Italy in the years 1967-1968: thanks to the use of the mimeograph, which allowed the printing of numerous flyers, posters, poetic anthologies, small plaquettes and especially magazines, the young beatniks they created an alternative information channel that represented the primary vehicle for disseminating the principles that animated the beat movement, as opposed to the official cultural and communication circuits. Within the magazines, and in general in the various beat activities, poetic writing assumed an essential role as an integral part of the practice of dissent, since it represented one of the main forms of expression and affirmation of a different ideal of life, as well as of a different idea of collectivity. Giorgio Tavaglione was one of the best-known artistic exponents of the beat movement: as a complete self-taught Giò he designed the posters, flyers and covers of the first Italian underground magazines of the 1960s; disappeared for years after a trip to India, he subsequently reappeared as a draftsman of tarot cards and talismans in the creation of which he transferred his excellent graphic quality, his typical meticulous and imaginative, esoteric and visionary style. Work in frame.

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125.00€

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Motomovimento Mondo Beat Paper Italy 1967
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Motomovimento Mondo Beat Paper Italy 1967

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Motomovimento Mondo Beat Paper Italy 1967

Poster printed in Cologno Monzese in 1967, in a limited edition of 500 copies. This is copy no. 7/500, enhanced by the dedication and autograph signature of the graphic designer Giorgio Tavaglione, author of the poster. It is the first manifesto of the beat movement and of the Italian underground culture, promoted in Milan since 1966. On that date, the magazine "Mondo Beat" was born, with director Melchiorre Gerbino, inspired by the pacifist protest movements of the Dutch PROVO, and close to the movements Italian anarchists. The young beatniks created an alternative information channel that represented the primary vehicle for disseminating the principles that animated the beat movement, as opposed to the official cultural and communication circuits. Within the magazines, and in general in the various beat activities, poetic writing assumed an essential role as an integral part of the practice of dissent, since it represented one of the main forms of expression and affirmation of a different ideal of life, as well as of a different idea of collectivity. Giorgio Tavaglione was one of the best-known artistic exponents of the beat movement: as a complete self-taught Giò he designed the posters, flyers and covers of the first Italian underground magazines of the 1960s; disappeared for years after a trip to India, he subsequently reappeared as a draftsman of tarot cards and talismans in the creation of which he transferred his excellent graphic quality, his typical meticulous and imaginative, esoteric and visionary style. The work is framed.

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150.00€

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