Mimmo Rotella, ‘Omaggio a Marilyn II’, 2004, Roseberys
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Mimmo Rotella

Omaggio a Marilyn II, 2004

Screenprint in colours with décollage
39 2/5 × 27 3/5 in
100 × 70 cm
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Mimmo Rotella became a key figure in the development of décollage, a technique which involves …

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Mimmo Rotella became a key figure in the development of décollage, a technique which involves removing or tearing pieces of an existing image, rather than building up an image in the manner of conventional collage. Rotella explained how the ripped posters that lined the walls of Rome inspired his work:I was literally …

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Signed and inscribed P.A. in pencil, with blindstamp for the Fondazione Mimmo Rotella, Milan
Mimmo Rotella
Italian, 1918–2006
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Mimmo Rotella, who represented Italy in the 1964 Venice Biennale, was experimental to his core: in …

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Mimmo Rotella, who represented Italy in the 1964 Venice Biennale, was experimental to his core: in his poetry, paintings, photographs, sculptural assemblages, and collages, he broke down conventions, leaving behind a body of extravagant work. He began as a painter of geometric abstractions in the early 1950s, then …

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Mimmo Rotella, ‘Omaggio a Marilyn II’, 2004, Roseberys
Mimmo Rotella, ‘Omaggio a Marilyn II’, 2004, Roseberys
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About the work
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Mimmo Rotella became a key figure in the development of décollage, a technique which involves …

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Mimmo Rotella became a key figure in the development of décollage, a technique which involves removing or tearing pieces of an existing image, rather than building up an image in the manner of conventional collage. Rotella explained how the ripped posters that lined the walls of Rome inspired his work:I was literally …

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Signature
Signed and inscribed P.A. in pencil, with blindstamp for the Fondazione Mimmo Rotella, Milan
Mimmo Rotella
Italian, 1918–2006
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Mimmo Rotella, who represented Italy in the 1964 Venice Biennale, was experimental to his core: in …

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Mimmo Rotella, who represented Italy in the 1964 Venice Biennale, was experimental to his core: in his poetry, paintings, photographs, sculptural assemblages, and collages, he broke down conventions, leaving behind a body of extravagant work. He began as a painter of geometric abstractions in the early 1950s, then …

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Mimmo Rotella

Omaggio a Marilyn II, 2004

Screenprint in colours with décollage
39 2/5 × 27 3/5 in
100 × 70 cm
Bidding closed
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