Giclée print on hahnemuehle fine art photo rag 320 gsm paper
Edition of 8
Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 70cm (W) / 39.4" (H) x 27.6" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Artwork "Asia nera" is part of the Shapes of the deep series. This work has been presented in international galleries. The shapes of the deep project are about to penetrate from the surface into the depths in order to explore the essence and truth of things. The work went through countless metamorphoses on this visual adventure journey until it found its final form.
Edition of 8 plus 1AP
All artwork is signed & numbered with a certificate of authenticity, which guarantees your print is an original.
Printing will be done by a top printing atelier that has extensive experience dealing with art galleries, museums, art collectors and art exhibitions to make sure the art prints are of the highest gallery/museum quality. Each print will be checked and proofed. Printed with 2 cm white border. The artwork is sold unframed and will be carefully rolled in a tube with many layers for protection for safe international shipping.
Based in: Zurich
Marco Jacconi born in Berne, Switzerland is an artist from Zurich with Italian and Moroccan roots. His complex compositions are based on surfaces and amorphous forms and the interplay of light and shadow. Before devoting himself exclusively to art, Jacconi worked for many years as creative director in the graphic design area, where he worked for well-known companies from home and abroad. He worked exclusively in the areas of luxury, beauty and fashion. In the 1990s he belonged to the Swiss graphic design-and digital art avant-garde and influenced an entire subculture with his works, which contributed significantly to a Swiss design renaissance. The artworks of Marco Jacconi have been presented at leading galleries and art fairs in New York, Milan, São Paulo and Zurich.
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