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In the 1980’s, after meeting with Michel Roudillon, Claude Gilli starts working on steel sculptures. He progressively abandons woodworking to follow the path of cutting and welding steel. Many new perspectives open up to him, one of them is the possibility to conquer the outdoors by makingmonumental sculptures. His cuttings, incredible three dimensional landscapes in layers and painted in blue, green, yellow and pink are anexplosion of colours and materials recalling the pop tendency of the “Nouveaux Réalistes” and a composition in the same vein as Wesselmann. He may figure feminine nudes, bottles or layered Mediterranean landscapes, they all remind us of Nice, the blue sky of the Riviera, that will always be tied to Claude Gilli’s work.
Edition ART FOR ALL by Galerie Loft
Painted cast metal
H.16 x L. 13 x P. 3 cm – 550 gr.
Signed in the mold and numbered in 500 copies.
Dim. of the box (with protective case) : H. 22,5 x L. 16 x P. 5 cm
Claude Gilli, Femme à clous, 1990, steel and welded cut metal, unique piece, H.152 x L.118 x P.31cm.
|Dimensions||16 × 13 × 3 cm|
Cast iron, Cast iron
Edition of 500, Edition of 500
Signed in the mold, Signed in the mold
|Dim. de la boite||
H. 22,5 x L. 16 x P. 5 cm