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2009 Pier Paolo Calzolari French 'Seventies' Art Exhibition Poster. Printed in France on matte paper.


Size: 23.6”H x 17.7”W.


Condition: Excellent condition. 


About the Artist - Pier Paolo Calzolari

Pier Paolo Calzolari (born in 1943) is an Italian contemporary artist known for his unique and multidisciplinary approach to art. He emerged in the late 1960s as part of the Arte Povera movement, a radical art movement that rejected traditional materials in favor of unconventional and often ephemeral ones.


Calzolari's work often incorporates organic elements like ice, neon lights, tobacco leaves, and lead, creating sculptures and installations that blur the boundaries between nature and culture. His pieces often evoke a sense of timelessness and transformation, as materials change or decay over time.

One of his iconic works is "Il Prato" (The Meadow), which features a bed of snow crystals under a glass surface, creating a fragile, ever-changing landscape within a controlled environment.


Calzolari's art challenges viewers to contemplate the impermanence of life and the interplay between natural and artificial elements. His unique contributions to the Arte Povera movement and contemporary art as a whole have solidified his place as a significant artist in the 20th and 21st centuries.

2009 Pier Paolo Calzolari French Art Exhibition Poster

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