Ski Tracks


Ski Tracks. Original color lithograph, 1983. Edition of 150 signed and numbered impressions on Arches paper.

  • Artist: Piero Dorazio
  • Year: 1983
  • Edition size: Edition 150
  • Dimensions: 82 x 62 cm
  • Published by Visconti Art Spectrum, Vienna for the Art and Sports portfolio


Ski Tracks. Original color lithograph, 1983. Edition of 150 signed and numbered impressions on Arches paper.
Art and Sport portfolio: The Yugoslav Olympic Committee of the Winter Olympic Games Sarajevo 1984 wished to give a certain cultural-artistic accent to this world festivity. The admire of the Olympic idea, those who have a liking for the Olympic winter sports and the art connected with them will be, in agreement with the art publisher Visconti Art Lazo Vujić, honored by creations contributed by world known prominent artist. A portfolio containing sixteen original prints, handsigned and numbered by the artists, is published in a limited edition of 200 originals by each artist. Names like Dorazio, Folon, Greco, Helnwein, Hodgkin, Hwang, Kolar, Moore, Paladino, Pistoletto, Rosenquist, Santomaso, Stupica, Twombly and Warhol guarantee the high quality of the artistic idea and its realization. The size of the original print is 85 x 62 cm. The edition of the original graphic portfolio will be accompanied by limited editions of art posters of the same size, not numbered, but each of them carrying an impression of the inscription “Olympic Games Sarajevo 1984” and its logotype.
The themes proposed by the artists are either winter sports, the Olympic idea or the town of Sarajevo. All the artists remain faithful to their own specific expression, using the formal elements of the language developed through the years of their creative presence in world’s art. So every print included in the portfolio is at the same time a particular contribution to the continuity of their artistic orientation, the theme being an additional iconographic impulse to their visual research. The symbiosis of the Olympic idea and art is certainly an interesting creative proposal that will fascinate art-collectors and sport-lovers as well.

Piero Dorazio was an Italian contemporary artist, well known for his colorful abstract paintings. He was the co-author of the Forma manifesto in 1947 with Pietro Consgra, Achille Perilli, Carla Accardi and Giulio Turcato. The Forma manifesto, inspired by Futurism and expressing leftist political views and opposing to the Socialist Realism ideas, has strongly affected his abstract art and served as a guideline for the rest of his career. Dorazio’s experimental art approach took him from Cubism to Futurism, always with bright, contrasting colors and inspired by Giacomo Balla created meshes, overlapping chromatic structures reinventing both space and surface. In this graphic Dorazio depicted colorful marks made by skis in the snow, which refers to one of the Winter Olympic sports.

Additional information

Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 100 × 10 cm

Piero Dorazio