I Volti, Cinque Silkscreen Print by Mimmo Paladino for Danese Milano
I Volti, Cinque Silkscreen Print for Danese Milano
Mimmo Paladino, 2007
A part of the series of prints called "I Volti", inspired by the video "Giocosa Mente", "a work for moving images" created by Paladino as a tribute to Bruno Munari for the 100th anniversary of his birth, I Volti, Cinque is a limited edition four-color silkscreen print. The simple, bright colored marks and lively shapes that express both energy and emotion in this print emits that sense of playful creativity that was typical of Munari's work.
Size: 27.5" x 19.6"
Limited Edition. Autographed editions available.
An Italian Transavantgarde sculptor, painter and muralist, Mimmo Paladino played a central role in developing the Transavantgarde movement, which sought to bring emotion, figuration, and mysticism back into avant-garde art. He has shown work worldwide, including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. and the Tate Modern in London.