Screen printing and collage on paper by Lucio Del Pezzo, limited edition of only 20 copies. In excellent condition.
Lucio Del Pezzo (Naples 1933 – Milan 2020) was an Italian artist, painter and sculptor.
He is one of the founders of “Gruppo 58”, which has always been very close to other avant-gardes, such as Enrico Baj’s Nuclear Movement, the Spoor Movement of Monaco, Phases of Paris and Boa of Buenos Aires.
His works from the period 1958-1960 featured assemblages of various objects, including fragments of popular prints and images.
In 1960 he moved to Paris, then to Milan, where several monographic exhibitions have been dedicated to him. The first one dates back to 1974.
Starting from 1962 Del Pezzo has created his typical repertoire of “paintings” or “sculptures”, made of monochrome geometric panels, on which shelves or hollowed out concavities are inserted, which support regular geometric objects, sometimes very colorful. Lucio del Pezzo’s production focuses on the use of common objects that, enriched with different materials, cross the boundary between painting and sculpture. His style is also characterized by a rapprochement with metaphysical atmospheres, while the playful sense and irony behind each work is inspired by the Dadaist movement.

Period: 1970s

Measurements: In frame H 73 x W 103 x D 3.5 / Serigraphy H 70 x W 100 cm