- Weight : 0.55 kg
- Dimensions : 16 × 13 × 3 cm
- Year : 2019
- Material : Cast Iron
- Editions : Edition of 500
- Signature : Signed in the mold
300.00€ inc. Vat
10 in stock
Edition "ART FOR ALL" by Galerie Loft,
Painted cast metal,
Dim. of the box : 22.5 x 16.5 x 5 cm.
//The gallery will be closed for summer vacation in August. Your order will be delivered at the first week of September. We wish you a good summer.//
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In the end of 2020, LOFT Gallery will mark the launch of a large collection of editions of works by contemporary artists from various origins and universes, united around the brand new concept of "ART FOR ALL, an art work for all ”.
Until here, enjoy a "Summer Preview” now, during the first pieces of this collection are on sale. Indeed, 10 copies of each edition will be presented online, including the parodics Apple China and Mickey China by Li Lihong, the iconic Itaï by Philippe Druillet and the Side Effects by Philippe Huart, as well as previews of two completely new pieces on our website, "Artsper.com" or "Artsy.com" platforms: the inevitable work "TRIBUTE LAO TSEU" of Francesco Marino di Teana and a Mediterranean landscape "NICE" by Claude Gilli, in homage to the monumental sculpture of 7 meters from the artist who is installed this summer in his hometown.
So, click here! Looking forward to seeing you again in September with beautiful surprises
In the 1980’s, after meeting with Michel Roudillon, Claude Gilli starts working on steel sculptures. He progressively abandons woodworking to follow the path of cutting and welding steel. Many new perspectives open up to him, one of them is the possibility to conquer the outdoors by making monumental sculptures. His cuttings, incredible three dimensional landscapes in layers and painted in blue, green, yellow and pink are an explosion of colours and materials recalling the pop tendency of the “Nouveaux Réalistes” and a composition in the same vein as Wesselmann. He may figure feminine nudes, bottles or layered Mediterranean landscapes, they all remind us of Nice, the blue sky of the Riviera, that will always be tied to Claude Gilli’s work.
Claude Gilli is a major figure of the “École de Nice” (School of Nice) that had a considerable impact on French pop art. Born in Nice in 1938, he enters the School of applied arts of his hometown in 1955. In 1962, on New Year’s Eve, he burns most of his early works. Close to the artists Albert Chubac, Martial Raysse, Ben, but also Arman, César, Farhi and Venet it’s his encounter with Robert Malaval that will lead to different works that they made in common around “aliment blanc”. Having obtained the Lefranc prize in 1966, he is shown at the exhibition “12 super realists” at the Del Leone gallery, Venice, where he disco- vers the works of American “pop” artists, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Wesselmann. In 1968 he starts working with Plexiglas and then continues with a series of paintings “aux escargots” (with snails). In the 1970’s he moves to Paris and is also shown in numerous international exhibitions, one of them was dedicated to the school of Nice a the Pompidou Center, Paris. The degenerative disorder he was subject to finally caught up with him and obliges him to be in a wheelchair. He starts working tirelessly and develops works in cut iron, notably for outdoor pieces and monumental sculptures.