Massimo Listri, ‘Villa I Berroni, Torino’, 2004, Photography, Archival Lambda Color Photograph, Holden Luntz Gallery
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Massimo Listri

Villa I Berroni, Torino, 2004

Archival Lambda Color Photograph
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39 2/5 × 47 1/5 in
100 × 120 cm
Edition of 5
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47 1/5 × 59 1/10 in
120 × 150 cm
Edition of 5
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70 9/10 × 88 3/5 in
180 × 225 cm
Edition of 5
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Location
Palm Beach
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Sticker label, Signed, titled, dated and numbered from edition of 5 on artist's label on verso.
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Included
Massimo Listri
Italian, b. 1954
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Massimo Listri travels his native Italy and the world with his camera, photographing grand interior spaces both iconic and unexpected. His large-scale color prints invite viewers into the settings he frames; these include ancient castles, villas, palaces, gardens, libraries, convents, monasteries, and universities. He has taken viewers into the ornate hallways of Versailles, as well as the treasure-laden galleries of the Vatican museums. From Brazil, he brought back images taken at art museums, a cathedral, and a theater designed by Oscar Niemeyer, among many other architecturally iconic sites. Though Listri focuses on the grand, he has also homed in on details in an expressive series of closely framed photographs of sculpted faces. Captured frontally or in profile, these carved faces range from grotesque to idealized and serve to celebrate the power of the artist’s hand.

Massimo Listri, ‘Villa I Berroni, Torino’, 2004, Photography, Archival Lambda Color Photograph, Holden Luntz Gallery
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Signature
Sticker label, Signed, titled, dated and numbered from edition of 5 on artist's label on verso.
Frame
Included
Massimo Listri
Italian, b. 1954
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Massimo Listri travels his native Italy and the world with his camera, photographing grand interior spaces both iconic and unexpected. His large-scale color prints invite viewers into the settings he frames; these include ancient castles, villas, palaces, gardens, libraries, convents, monasteries, and universities. He has taken viewers into the ornate hallways of Versailles, as well as the treasure-laden galleries of the Vatican museums. From Brazil, he brought back images taken at art museums, a cathedral, and a theater designed by Oscar Niemeyer, among many other architecturally iconic sites. Though Listri focuses on the grand, he has also homed in on details in an expressive series of closely framed photographs of sculpted faces. Captured frontally or in profile, these carved faces range from grotesque to idealized and serve to celebrate the power of the artist’s hand.

Massimo Listri

Villa I Berroni, Torino, 2004

Archival Lambda Color Photograph
.
39 2/5 × 47 1/5 in
100 × 120 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
47 1/5 × 59 1/10 in
120 × 150 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
70 9/10 × 88 3/5 in
180 × 225 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
Location
Palm Beach
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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