Conrad Marca-Relli, ‘Untitled F-5-25-67’, 1967, Hollis Taggart Galleries

Signature: Signed, inscribed, and dated verso: "Marca Relli / 24 x 28 / F-5-25-67"

This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Marca-Relli Archive.

Untilted F-5-25-67 was executed the year of Marca-Relli's first full museum retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Private collection, Connecticut

About Conrad Marca-Relli

Conrad Marca-Relli’s paintings and collages evoke architecture and the figure through intersecting abstract shapes. Working initially as a painter of surrealistic carnival scenes and cityscapes, he later came into contact with Abstract Expressionists like Willem de Kooning, which ushered in a dramatic shift in his practice towards purer abstraction. While still retaining an interest in architecture and urban landscape, Marca-Relli experimented with abstract collage, integrating figural elements made from textiles, drawings, metals, and plastics: this would become the defining practice of his career.

American, 1913-2000, Boston, Massachusetts, based in Parma, Italy

Group Shows

New York, NY, United States,
Abstract Expressionism / In Context: Seymour Lipton
New York, NY, United States,
INsite/INchelsea: The Inaugural Exhibition
New York, NY, United States,
Abstract Expressionism: Further Evidence (Part One: Painting)
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