Valerio Adami is an Italian painter.
Starting from an expressionist painting influenced by Francis Bacon’s production and American Pop Art (in particular by Roy Lichtenstein), he has developed a sort of fantastic comic style.
His style features the use of a chromatic matter with flat, smooth and continuous spreading inside the sharp black lines of drawings.
Valerio Adami exhibited his works all over the world, at the Jewish Museum in New York in 1968, at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1970, then at the Museum of Mexico City in Jerusalem, at the Centre Pompidou in 1985, in Tel Aviv, in Buenos Aires...
Valerio Adami lives in Paris and is considered one of the living monuments of contemporary art.
The work is completed by a white lacquered handcrafted frame measuring 96 x 76 cm.
Please note: minor imperfections on the top right end of the sheet and on the image, barely visible under glass.
Please note: the work includes a handcrafted frame but no glass, as no courier guarantees its integrity.
- Valerio Adami (1935)
- Teoksen nimi
- Silkkipainatus kehyksessä
- Käsin signeerattu
- PA (taiteilijan todistus)
- 87×67×0 cm