Kostabi was trained by watching MTV and reading comics. He started to paint having as a reference the painter Duchamp.
After studying the European painting to which he refers in his works, he made the concept of the Renaissance workshops his own, where artists, assistants and students collaborate in the creation of a work.
In 1988 he founded “Kostabi world”, his Renaissance workshop that kindled the imagination of the media for the use of many painter assistants and creative persons.
Mark Kostabi held more than 160 solo exhibitions worldwide. His works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum, Brooklin Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Museum of Groningen in the Netherlands.
- Kostabi Mark
- Title of artwork
- Due litografie: Stupende & Temperino & Mole Antonelliana
- Hand signed
- 86/100 71/100
- Image size
- 70×90 cm
- Total dimensions
- 900×700×2 mm
- Sold with frame