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"Glu, glu, glu", 1967

Woodcut
11 × 13 in
28 × 33 cm
Edition XII/20(XX)
This is part of a limited edition set.
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location
Rio de Janeiro
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samba arte contemporânea
Rio de Janeiro
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Anna Marina Maiolino engravings from the 60s holds a unique place in her career.
“Maiolino woodcuts …

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Anna Marina Maiolino engravings from the 60s holds a unique place in her career.
“Maiolino woodcuts from the 1960s holds a visible connection with the "Cordel"culture by the simplified method of wood engraving, devoided of any expressionist cuts or the search for a "naiveté of drawing" of some kind, …

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Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Right Corner, numbered left corner
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"Cordel"
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Anna Maria Maiolino
Italian-Brazilian, b. 1942
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Anna Maria Maiolino makes drawings, artist books, sculpture, and video, frequently drawing inspiration from her experience as an immigrant growing up in politically unstable Brazil. Maiolino was involved in Brazil's 1960s New Figuration movement; her representational prints and drawings from these years were acts of resistance to the national military regime, rising urban inequalities, and culturally ingrained patriarchy. She would later act on a growing interest in spatial and existential issues with a shift towards Minimalism and Conceptualism, creating installations that coaxed interaction between viewer and object. Since 1989, Maiolino has worked primarily with clay, crafting impermanent labor-intensive installations that foreground her handling of the material, a reference to the unconscious and recurrent gestures of everyday human life.

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About the work
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samba arte contemporânea
Rio de Janeiro
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Anna Marina Maiolino engravings from the 60s holds a unique place in her career.
“Maiolino woodcuts …

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Anna Marina Maiolino engravings from the 60s holds a unique place in her career.
“Maiolino woodcuts from the 1960s holds a visible connection with the "Cordel"culture by the simplified method of wood engraving, devoided of any expressionist cuts or the search for a "naiveté of drawing" of some kind, …

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Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Right Corner, numbered left corner
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
"Cordel"
Publisher
Artist
Anna Maria Maiolino
Italian-Brazilian, b. 1942
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Anna Maria Maiolino makes drawings, artist books, sculpture, and video, frequently drawing inspiration from her experience as an immigrant growing up in politically unstable Brazil. Maiolino was involved in Brazil's 1960s New Figuration movement; her representational prints and drawings from these years were acts of resistance to the national military regime, rising urban inequalities, and culturally ingrained patriarchy. She would later act on a growing interest in spatial and existential issues with a shift towards Minimalism and Conceptualism, creating installations that coaxed interaction between viewer and object. Since 1989, Maiolino has worked primarily with clay, crafting impermanent labor-intensive installations that foreground her handling of the material, a reference to the unconscious and recurrent gestures of everyday human life.

"Glu, glu, glu", 1967

Woodcut
11 × 13 in
28 × 33 cm
Edition XII/20(XX)
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
location
Rio de Janeiro
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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