Visconti Fine Art offers the opportunity for the general public to get to know works from some of the most important and recognizable artists of our time.
The exhibition can be presented on a larger or smaller scale (no. of works), depending on the space availability and budget restrictions. In addition to this, the various exhibitions can be rented for any time period, be it for a month or longer.
Some of the most interesting exhibitions which are available to rent are listed below. Catalogues and additional information, are available upon request. Email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. American Pop Art: The exhibition encompasses more than 100 original graphic works of art, from artists such as: Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, John Chamberlain and Tom Wesselmann.
2. Cuatro Gatos/4 Cats: More than 120 original graphic works of 4 eminent Spanish authors, the interesting name of the exhibition comes from the cafe of the same name in Barcelona, “Cuatro Gatos” (“ Els Quatre Gats” in Catalan), which was famous for the fact that there, the most significant artists from the beginning of 20th century, were gathering. As such, this cafe became an institution and after many years after closing, reopened in the form of restaurant in the year 1989, and under the same name, as a travelling exhibition, which showcase the graphic works of the famous painters: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, Antonio Tapies.
3. Black, White/Dark, Light From renaissance the artists created some wonderful works of art by using only black color ink or pencil. The modern artist today is using dark / light or black / white effects too to express his pictorial theme. This can even further highlight the drama or elegance of his stroke and motif.
With this exhibition we would like to present some important artists and their black and white creations – the drawings and graphic works, mostly in precious techniques, as aquatints and etchings. Selected original works by:
Getulio Alviani, Janez Bernik, Sandro Bracchitta, Marc Chagall, John Chamberlain, Salvador Dali, Braco Dimitrijević, Miodrag Djurić-Dado, Dušan Džamonja, Sam Francis, Tsuguharu Foujita, Emilio Greco, IRWIN, Jiri Kolar, Robert Longo, Živko Marušič, Albert Merz, Joan Miro, Kazumasa Mizokami, Henry Moore, Zoran Mušič, Vjencelsav Richter, Mimmo Paladino, Pablo Picasso, Gabrijel Stupica, Miroslav Šutej, Victor Vasarely, Vladimir Veličković, Andy Warhol, Safet Zec.
4. Kazumasa Mizokami Inspired by the imaginative world of Japanese story telling traditions, Mizokami enhances a style where the terracotta material is treated in a spontaneous way, distinguishing it from the traditional Japanese handcraft. The creation of each object is a reflection of an inner feeling which takes on shape and colour during the process of work. Believing in the unbreakable and joyful in life, Mizokami’s works give expression for love and happiness. The artist works and lives in Milan.
5. Henry Moore and Joe Tilson An exhibition of lithographs by Henry Moore from the portfolio titled “Hamlet” and a series of lithographs “Muses” by Joe Tilson.