'Le architetture povere' etches/aquatints Andrea Branzi pic-1

'Le architetture povere' etches/aquatints

Italy, 2011
Limited and numbered run of 15 specimens, divided as follows: ten specimens with Arabic numerals rom 1/10 to 10/10 joined in a folder and five specimens with Roman numerals from I/V to V/V outer folder plus three artist’s proofs
Signed by Andrea Branzi
Exclusive edition for Nilufar Gallery

Paper: 35 x h 50 cm | 13.7 x h 19.6 in

These etchings are part of the selection Picked by Nina, click here to lear more

"The architectures are located in the lowest built-up area of the world: it is made up of huts, chicken coops, sheepfolds, fences; sacred and ancient places, inhabited by animals and men. Fragile and temporary, the POOR ARCHITECTURES are always present in the vast globalized world, inour countryside as well as in the most remote ones; areas with uncertain perimeters, made of nets, poles, beams, faggots, logs or fences; always dirty, imperfect, lukewarm from manual labour. Like apolytheistic territory, made of animist and mysterious presences, they belong to that magical classicism of Virgil, where the myth, poetry and agriculture coexist in the same anthropological landscape between the 'sacred masses' and the energies of the seasons and constellations." 
Andrea Branzi
Code: #3580
'Le architetture povere' etches/aquatints Andrea Branzi pic-3
'Le architetture povere' etches/aquatints
Italy, 2011
Limited and numbered run of 15 specimens, divided as follows: ten specimens with Arabic numerals rom 1/10 to 10/10 joined in a folder and five specimens with Roman numerals from I/V to V/V outer folder plus three artist’s proofs
Signed by Andrea Branzi
Exclusive edition for Nilufar Gallery

Paper: 35 x h 50 cm | 13.7 x h 19.6 in

These etchings are part of the selection Picked by Nina, click here to lear more

"The architectures are located in the lowest built-up area of the world: it is made up of huts, chicken coops, sheepfolds, fences; sacred and ancient places, inhabited by animals and men. Fragile and temporary, the POOR ARCHITECTURES are always present in the vast globalized world, inour countryside as well as in the most remote ones; areas with uncertain perimeters, made of nets, poles, beams, faggots, logs or fences; always dirty, imperfect, lukewarm from manual labour. Like apolytheistic territory, made of animist and mysterious presences, they belong to that magical classicism of Virgil, where the myth, poetry and agriculture coexist in the same anthropological landscape between the 'sacred masses' and the energies of the seasons and constellations." 
Andrea Branzi
Code: #3580