Radomir Damnjanović Damnjan
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 70 cm
Signed, titled, dated and stamp of the artist on the reverse
Work accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Galleria Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan
Galleria Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan
Private collection, Lecco
cfr. J. Denegri, T. Trini, Radomir Damnjanovic Damnjan, Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan, 2010, p. 359
Originalni plakat za prvu veliku izložbu / performance Rhythm 2
Original poster for first big Marina Abramovic solo exhibition / performance Rhythm 2
Design Sanja Iveković.
Galerija suvremene umjetnosti 14.10.1974. godine.
High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak by Studio S
Stanje odlično / fine condition.
Very very rare and important
Among the posters designed by Sanja Iveković for the Gallery, certainly the most well-known is the one created for the exhibition of Marina Abramović in 1974, again characteristic for its unusual intervention into the rectangular shape of the poster, created by cutting the right lower corner of the poster. In this case, the intervention is not only a reflection on the specificity of the medium, but also a reference to the artistic practice of Marina Abramović. The radical intervention in the limits of the poster’s medium is related to the body art of the artist herself, whose artistic practice often involves reaching the limits of physical and psychological exertion.
Source: Marko Golub and Dejan Kršić
Mangelos: manifest o impresionizmu (in Croatian), 1977.
High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak
84 x 52 cm (33 1/8" x 20 1/2")
Mangelos: manifest o impresionizmu
silknprint on paper.
Produced as part of a gallery show in Zagreb that featured his manifesto work.
Mangelos. Manifesti: noart. Zagreb: Atelier Tošo Dabac, 1978.
Gregorio Vardanega box
Boite à cercles de couleurs
Plexi. Year: 1970.
Signed by autor / at the back 13/15
Size: 35cm x 35cm x 12cm (13.8'' x 13.8'' x 4.7'')
Gregorio Vardanega (1923-2007) was an artist of Italian origins who worked in Argentina and France. Vardanega and Martha Boto, his companion, created the term "chromocinetism" to describe their artistic research. Vardanega was born in Possagno, Italy. Vardanega's family migrated to Argentina when he was three years old. He attended the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires from 1939 to 1946.
Participating on New Tendencies 2 and New Tendencies 3.
Zagreb, 1963. & Zagreb, 1965.