Alighiero Boetti, 2014 Museum Poster
2014 poster from the Moderna Museet featuring the work of Alighiero Boetti.
19.68 x 27.55 in
50 x 70 cm
Condition: A- very good, with slight signs of age and handling
A prominent member of the Italian conceptual art movement Arte Povera, Alighiero Boetti became famous for his colorful, woven grids of letters and his series of embroidered maps (Maps, 1971–94). His interests ranged from philosophy to mathematics and linguistics, and an obsession with duality pervaded his practice. Boetti made prints, paintings, textiles, and assemblages from disparate materials including industrial products such as Masonite and plaster as well as everyday objects: Some pieces made use of chance, including a light bulb that randomly illuminates for 11 seconds each year and a series of letters addressed to real people at the wrong addresses. The tension between order and disorder was another major aesthetic concern. Boetti’s work has been exhibited widely in Italy, New York, London, and Berlin, and it has sold for seven figures on the secondary market. The artist has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Le Magasin in Grenoble, MoMA PS1, Tate Modern, the Museo Reina Sofía, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
A- very good, with slight signs of age and handling
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