Rigid white plastic folder containing ten lithographs on cardboard each depicting various color images, partly with collages of various objects, and a presentation imprint with the following information printed below:
"10 graphic works by Claudio Parmiggiani numbered and signed by the artist drawn in 125 copies. Editions Artestudio Macerata Italia box 18."
The individual graphics present:
- the black and white photographic image of two hands holding the silhouette of Africa and two pins on the upper corners. Under the photograph the inscription "black africa".
- the photographic image of two casts of mummies from Pompeii. Under the inscriptions: "Human footprints / Menschliche Abdrücke POMPEI Human imprints / Empreintes humaine".
- the image of a dinosaur and three colored feathers (yellow, red, blue).
- the color photographic image of a horse covered with white stars.
- the color photographic image of the two portraits of Battista Sforza and Federico da Montefeltro painted by Piero della Francesca.
- the color photographic image of a piece of paper torn from a book and bearing the word "silence".
- the color photographic image of a man in jeans, whose bust is covered with green leaves. Next to the photograph of a tree.
- the color photographic image of a sheet of squared paper torn from a notebook. Two pins on the upper corners.
- the black and white photographic image of various brushes.
- the black and white photographic image of a part of Battista Sforza's face (portrait painted by Piero della Francesca), on which a semi-transparent paper envelope was glued.
The folder is complete and in excellent condition
Present Artestudio Macerata dry stamps
All artworks are signed and numbered by artist
Numbered as PA ( artist proof )
Realized in 1970
Ed Artestudio Macerata
Measures each 50 x 70 cm
Parmiggiani’s graphic works are extremely significant
Part of these works are published in the book "Novecento di carta", an exhibition that sees him starring together with the greatest contemporary artists such as Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Alighiero Boetti, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mario Merz, Afro Basaldella and many others