Multiple on 300 g Fedrigoni paper, limited edition of 30 copies.
Overall size: 30 x 30 cm
Stamped, numbered, hand signed by the artist with certificate of authenticity.
Frame not included.
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At first impact, Iabo (Naples, 1980) is inspired by pop art of the 1980s. He investigates the line and studies its shape. And he makes it a real obsession, following a constant search for mechanical perfection, but in an artisan way. In Iabo the man/machine boundary is very thin. His achievements are technically perfect. A nuisance that led him to experiment and configure a very personal language. Partly derived from Street Art experiences, partly from a deep-rooted sense of the measure that emerges from all his works. His pictorial cycle can be traced back to some strands, recurring leitmotifs. Whether it's anthropomorphic profiles or mailboxes, prestigious brands or popular subjects, it doesn't matter. Everything is filtered under the lens of Iabo who connotes and identifies them in a very specific brand: his own.
A past as a writer, a chameleon personality, a strong ethical sense. There are many selection processes implemented on the common imagination, increasingly reduced to the core. And covered with elegance. It would be appropriate to say 'less is more'. And that's right. Recognition is not lost in the minimal approach, but is enhanced in a few essential features that never confuse the observer. The ironic play of the combinations, the slightly shaded chromatic range, the uniform colour, the progression of nuances, the decisive line. No artifice, if anything an exciting game bordering on the most radical cynicism.
Unusual combinations between imaginaries and signifiers apparently disjointed but always functional to convey a positive discourse. Politically correct. Never in favour of aesthetics.
Iabo's works are very topical, useful to identify a historical moment rather than a common feeling. His characters communicate, seek solutions, bridge distances, weave relationships and trigger reactions.
A work of de-construction and continuous re-construction. Outside and inside the canvas. It starts from a theme and results in infinite declinations. Whether it is the parking line or a multiple consumer good, the life cycle of the work always remains irremediably uncorrupted and deflated.
Consumerism comes to life in a hypothetical universe, recognizable and not real. In a repeatable, morally ethical and customizable format. Absolutely versatile, aesthetically perfect. Simple, clean, usable. His pictorial production is turning more and more towards the use of plexiglass as a material of excellence to emphasize even better the discourse on the cleanliness of the compositional lines.
Iabo certainly knows the value of viral marketing. His works come to cover surfaces of over five meters, breaking down the boundary between real and imaginary, between human and superhero.
If everything is possible in art, in the universe of Iabo reality surpasses fantasy. Despite the popular, iconic, pop imagery, it is not a style for everyone. His elaborations are extremely refined and designed for an elite of admirers who grasp its primary meaning: beyond aesthetics, symmetry and overall harmony.
At the base of his constructs there is a firm denunciation of cultural flattening. The provocation, the immediacy, the impromptu character underlie a well-studied, intelligent, cultured and without fail poetics. Democracy, a sense of frankness, originality connote him as an artist / intellectual son of his time. An indispensable commitment at the base of every creation.
Although very young, Iabo naturally and with extreme simplicity manages to deal with burning issues and to resolve (unfortunately only on canvas) the existential conflicts that grip our society.
Michele Luca Nero (source Artibune)
IABO belongs to the same street art movement as: Shepard Fairey "Obey Giant", Banksy, Invader, Alec Monopoly, Nomen, Jef Aérosol, JR, C215, Rero, Kaws, D Face, Sandra Chevrier, FinDac, Os Gemeos, Gregos, Jonone, M chat, Taki 183, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, insane 51, Pichi Avo, pop art, Pichiavo, Seen, Cope2, Seth, Mr Brainwash, Atlas, Blek le Rat, 1up, John Perello, Futura 2000.
- IABO (1980)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Untitled (K. Haring - Tribute)
- exzellenter Zustand
- 30×30×1 cm
- 3 kg