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Daniel Boccato

parrotpainting, 2017

Crayon, gesso, linen, paper, pen, pencil, wood
9 21/25 × 12 9/10 × 39/50 in
25 × 32.8 × 2 cm
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The Kitchen

Courtesy of the Artist.

This work is from Daniel Boccato’s parrotpainting series depicting female …

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Courtesy of the Artist.

This work is from Daniel Boccato’s parrotpainting series depicting female figures and their pet parrots. A drawing made with pastels, crayon, watercolor, and marker is mounted on linen, itself adorned with painted reliefs. Toggling between abstraction and figuration, Boccato layers various …

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Daniel Boccato
b. 1991
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Born in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, and educated at the Cooper Union in New York, the sculptor Daniel Boccato suggests through his work a sensibility that is simultaneously minimalist and Dadaist. His sculptures consist of industrial materials—concrete or medium-density fiberboard or polyester resin—simply and compellingly arranged. Boccato has often combined these with natural and found elements, which have ranged from a lemon, an aluminum window frame, and a plastic raincoat to a metal folding chair, apples, and a bathroom soap dish.

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About the work
The Kitchen

Courtesy of the Artist.

This work is from Daniel Boccato’s parrotpainting series depicting female …

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Courtesy of the Artist.

This work is from Daniel Boccato’s parrotpainting series depicting female figures and their pet parrots. A drawing made with pastels, crayon, watercolor, and marker is mounted on linen, itself adorned with painted reliefs. Toggling between abstraction and figuration, Boccato layers various …

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Courtesy of the Artist and The Kitchen.
Daniel Boccato
b. 1991
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Born in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, and educated at the Cooper Union in New York, the sculptor Daniel Boccato suggests through his work a sensibility that is simultaneously minimalist and Dadaist. His sculptures consist of industrial materials—concrete or medium-density fiberboard or polyester resin—simply and compellingly arranged. Boccato has often combined these with natural and found elements, which have ranged from a lemon, an aluminum window frame, and a plastic raincoat to a metal folding chair, apples, and a bathroom soap dish.

Daniel Boccato

parrotpainting, 2017

Crayon, gesso, linen, paper, pen, pencil, wood
9 21/25 × 12 9/10 × 39/50 in
25 × 32.8 × 2 cm
Bidding closed
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