1928, Hartford,USA – 2007, New York, USA
Straight lines in four directions and all their possible combinations, 1973
Etching on paper, full set of 15, 26.7 x 26.7 cm each
Edition of 25 copies with 10 AP, Publisher: Parasol Press, Ltd., New York, Printer: Crown Point Press, Oakland; inscription on the back of the print: Lewit S
Reference: from 03154 to 03169 (03157)
Solomon “Sol” LeWitt was an American artist linked to various movements, including conceptual art and minimalism. LeWitt came to fame in the late 1960s with his wall drawings and “structures” (a term he preferred instead of “sculptures”) but was prolific in a wide range of media including drawing, printmaking, photography, painting, installation, and artist’s books. He has been the subject of hundreds of solo exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world since 1965. The first biography of the artist, Sol LeWitt: A Life of Ideas, by Lary Bloom, was published by Wesleyan University Press in the spring of 2019
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Roma Jam Session Art Collective (Mustafa Asan, Mo Diener, Milena Petrovič), Switzerland
Open Roma Culture, 2021
Set of four digital print on paper, 70 x 99 cm. each
1927, New York, USA
Portrait of a Poet, Kenneth Koch, 1970
Lithograph on paper, 760 х 560 mm
Edition: 170 / 200; inscription: b.l. Alex Katz; b.r. 170/200
Alex Katz (born July 24, 1927) is an American figurative artist known for his paintings, sculptures, and prints.
Katz’s paintings are divided almost equally into the genres of portraiture and landscape. Since the 1960s he has painted views of New York (especially his immediate surroundings in Soho) and landscapes of Maine, where he spends several months every year, as well as portraits of family members, artists, writers and New York society protagonists. His paintings are defined by their flatness of colour and form, their economy of line, and their cool but seductive emotional detachment. A key source of inspiration is the woodcuts produced by Japanese artist Kitagawa Utamaro.
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1909, Stockholm, Sweden – 1987, Grasse, France
Mountain Wall – Print No. 4, 1963
Lithograph on paper, 76 х 57 cm
Edition: a.p.; inscription b.l. epr.d’artiste; b.r. A.E.Bergman; on the back: lithographie No.4 “Mur de montagne”
Acquisition: Donation by the artist
Reference no.: 00561
1936, Madrid, Spain
A Couple, 1965
oil on masonite board, 80 x 100 cm
Acquisition: Donated by the artist
1911, Nogent-sur-Marne, France – 1967, Toulon, France
Print No. 1, 1956
Lithography on paper, 59,5 x 43cm
Edition: 3/30; inscribed: b.l. 3/30; b.r. J. Deyrolle
Jean Jacques Deyrolle is one of the representatives of the European geometric abstract art after the II World War. Mostly known by his graphic art and exclusive illustration for renowned writers publications (for ex. Sejour from Samuel Beckett). Deyrolle was professor at the Fine Art Academy in Munich and in the period of 50s-60s his artworks were part of most important exhibitions, like Documenta 2 in Kassel etc.
Born in Kavadarci | 1941
We present artworks signed by Simon Shemov and included in the collection of MoCA, silkscreen on paper, oil on canvas, handmade paper:
Ciu-Ciu Dance, 1977 | Cosmic Magic, 1987 | Ohrid Angel 8, 1990 | Oovo Buzz 2, 1967 | Vineyard Spray, 1968 | Oovo Smoker 1, 1968 | Oovo Smoker 2, 1968/1969 | Snottily Child, 1971 | Game with Egg and Spoon, 1972 |
Born in Skopje, Macedonia | 1928
We present Petar’s artworks from the series of works signed by Hadzi Boškov and included in the collection of MoCA, metal, lithography, polyester installation, sculpture, terracota:
Sculpture 3/4 , 1964 | Print No. 10, 1979 | Sculpture, 1980 | Street, 2004 | Dialogue, 1978 | Form, 1959 | Head 2, 1962/1963 | Sculpture 12 (from the series Skopje After the Earthquake), 1965 | Head 1, 1962 | Head 3, 1962 | Wing Sculpture, 1967 | Circle Sculpture, 1970 | Sculpture – Study 6, 1971 | Terracottas, 1974 | Associated Forms 2, 1986
Born in Prilep | 1930 – 1997
Macedonian Village, 1957
Figures in Interior, 1955
Morbid Forms, 1959
Primary Forms, 1961
Pergamena, 1962 |
Morbid Forms, 1963
Born in Zelevo, Macedonia | 1938.
We present two of many artworks of Tome which are included in the collection of MoCA. His works are entitled “First Big Festivity”, 1974, metal 74 х 50 х 17см and Forms of Nature, 1978, terra-cotta.