Francesco Vezzoli

  • , The Eternal Kiss, 2015
    Detail
  • , The Eternal Kiss, 2015
    Alternative view
  • , The Eternal Kiss, 2015
    Alternative view
  • , The Eternal Kiss, 2015
    Roman heads (woman head circa 117-138 A.D.; man head circa 2nd Century A.D.), white Carrara marble, watercolour, black African marble plinth
    49 x 35 x 49 cm
  • , Soupir (After Jean Cocteau), 2014
    Traditional weaving on a vertical loom
    160 x 200 cm
  • , La Nuova Dolce Vita (Eva de Milo), 2009
    Double-sided cut out cardboard
    200 x 125 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Picasso en mariée, Boisgeloup), 2012
    Oil on canvas and laserprint collage
    206 x 134 x 7 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Picasso, 1950s I), 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Picasso, ca. 1930 III), 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Deconstructing Olga), 2012
    Oil on canvas
    77,5 x 63 x 14 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Picasso, ca. 1930), 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Picasso, Paris, ca. 1922), 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm
  • , ‘Olga Forever (Olga Picasso, London, ca. 1919)’, 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm
  • , Olga Forever (Olga Khokhlova en nymphe dans le ballet L’Après-midi d’un faune, 1916), 2012
    Oil on canvas, laserprint and embroidery collage
    121 x 84 cm

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  • 'Modi' Maudit: Does the damned artist still exist?' at Tate Modern, London


    February 28, 2018 - 6:30 to 8 pm

    Join us to discuss Modigliani, contemporary art, institutionalisation, marketing and media

    In the 100 years since Modigliani died, art has moved from margin to centre, with all the losses and gains that this entails. For this event, artist Francesco Vezzoli and Cristiana Perrella, newly appointed director of Centro Pecci, Italy will consider how the artist’s role has changed accordingly.

    www.tate.org.uk


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