Max Marra Painting Mixed Technique on Canvas, Italy, 2004
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Work of the famous Italian painter Max Marra, paint mixed technique on canvas dated 2004, titled "Judges"8, on the back of the painting we find a “Certificate of Authenticity”. Measures: cm 100 x 100 Max Marra was born in Paola, Calabria, in 1950. He lives in Monza and works in Lissone. Matured graphic and television experiences, from the 1980s he directed his research towards the integration of expressive technique in painting and sculpture with recycled materials. He works in the H: Orarte laboratory, which he shares with Mario De Leo. He links the teaching and commitment of cultural, organizational, and editorial promotion to artistic activity. With Mario De Leo, Luigi Bianco and other operators founded the Oason Movement in 1985 and then Harta, a bi-monthly cultural interaction, which was later joined by the Hartamotus Association. In 1988 he founded Lissone, with Mario De Meo, the interdisciplinary art studio H: Orarte, open to the consideration, dialogue, and confrontation of other artists, active in organizing cultural initiatives and events. His activity is linked to themes and specific cultural projects, identifiable in the contents and expressive tools. Strong hills, strong features, biting ideas, but also some stops in the white, which is air, which is infinite, to be captured in heavy frames, almost in a purification ritual. He exhibits in a personal exhibition in a private gallery, public institutions, participates in thematic exhibitions, and national and international collective exhibitions are present in Germany, France, Japan. Main exhibitions Cieli di terra, a cura di T. Coltellaro, Museo Archeologico, Lamezia Terme e Museo Civico d’Arte Contemporanea, Taverna, 2002; 57° Premio Michetti Laboratorio Italia, a cura di Philippe Daverio, Francavilla a Mare, 2006; Repubblica e costituzione: rassegna d’arte per i sessant’anni della costituzione italiana a cura di M. Domenicucci, F. Papale e C. Mosillo, Archivio Centrale dello Stato, Roma, 2008; Max Marra: Opere 1984-2009, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Lissone, 2009/10; Time passages, a cura di Omar Calabrese, Magazzini del Sale, Siena, 2011; Luoghi e realtà di ricerca tra identità e mutamento, a cura di T. Coltellaro, Collegio Sant’Adriano, San Demetrio Corone, 2011; Limen Arte vince il primo premio, Vibo Valentia, 2011; 54a Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Italia per il 150° dell’Unità d’Italia “L’arte non è cosa nostra”, a cura di Vittorio Sgarbi, Sala del Re – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milano e Palazzo delle Esposizioni – Sala Nervi, Torino, 2011/12; Max Marra. Orizzonte senza approdo, a cura di C. Rizzi, Museo Parisi Valle, Maccagno, 2012; Cieli di cosmos, Sofia Arsenal, Museum for Contemporary Art, 2013; Equilibri materici, a cura di G. Bonomi, Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rocca di Umbertide, 2015; E fu il terremoto, a cura di Vittorio Erlindo, Refettorio del Monastero di San Benedetto Po, Mantova, Monastero di Weingarten (Germania) 2018; IXION, MAC Lissone, a cura di A. Zanchetta; L’opera in bianco, a cura di S. Cortina, Galleria Cortina, Milano, 2018; Dal Rembrandt by himself all’io ritratto, a cura di G. Lepore, Accademia Nazionale delle Belle Arti di Sofia, Bulgaria 2018; Contributi al Novecento, Da Boccioni a Rotella ai contemporanei, Fondazione Stelline, Milano, a cura di B. Corà e T. Sicoli; Di studio in studio, Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano, Milano, a cura S. Soddu, Comune di Milano e Politecnico di Milano 2019; Omaggio a Franca Rame, MusAlab Archivio Franca Rame e Dario Fò, Archivio di Stato, Verona, a cura J. Viganò 2019; Noi e gli altri, MAC di Lissone, a cura di V. Raschetti 2019. To the artist Max Marra the World of Fashion 2018 for the work "Arka Cosmos", January 28, 2018, in Rome where a majestic work by Maestro Max Marra was the setting for the 20th edition of the World of Fashion. As far as the delivery is concerned, we cannot guarantee a shipment in normal times, as we have to submit the work to the supervision of the Office of Fine Arts of Florence, which must evaluate it, certify its authenticity and give permission for export; usually, the time of these operations is very long, but the wait compensates the importance and value of an object certified by the Fine Arts of Florence.
21st century and contemporary
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100H x 100W x 4D
39,37H x 39,37W x 1,57D
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Good; Wear consistent with age and use .On the back of the painting we find a “Certificate of Authenticity”.
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