Silkscreen/Serigraph - Signed - 28/50 - without frame - 2014
|Title of artwork:||Love me Fender|
|Sold with frame:||without frame|
|Total dimensions (H/ W/ D in cm):||CM. 35x50|
Marco Lodola was born in Dorno (Pavia). He attended the academy of fine arts in Florence and Milan. In the 1980s, he founded the New Futurism movement. From 1983 he exhibited in major Italian and European cities. He participated in exhibitions and projects for important industries. In 1994 he exhibited in Beijing. In 1996 he started working in the United States. He participated in the XII Rome Quadriennale and the VI Biennale of sculpture in Montecarlo. He had various collaborations with contemporary writers. In 1998 he executed drawings for the affiches of Piazza del Popolo in Rome, for the Opera Lirica Tosca by Puccini.. In 2001 he cured the image of Venice Carnival. In 2005 he made a poster for the Turin Winter Olympics, the pink jersey for the 88th Giro d'Italia, and the new image of Red Ronnie’s Roxy Bar. In 2006, a luminous sculpture of his was placed at the International Airport of Mexico City. He created the image of the centenary of Gandhi's pacifist movement. In 2008 he produced the façade of the Ariston on the occasion of the 58th Festival of Sanremo. He attended the 53rd Venice Biennale. He set the scene for some episodes of XFactor and for many Italian films. He designed the image of the Umbria Jazz 2010 poster, participated in the Shanghai International Expo and created an icon sculpture for the Hotel Hilton group. His works have been chosen by the designer Vivienne Westwood fashion show during fashion week in Milan. In 2012 he exhibited with an important solo exhibition at Palazzo de' Medici in Florence. He also worked for a charity project in favour of Emergency. In 2014 has teamed up with Gianluca Grignani and Ron for the covers of their records. He has exhibited in Moscow with an exceptional patroness, Sophia Loren. He opened a solo exhibition at the Evita Peròn Museum in Buenos Aires.
La Riva Art Gallery was founded in 1970 by Ginevra Montani Tattoni, beginning a journey into the figurative arts with the most important Italian and international masters of the twentieth century, such as Michele Cascella, Domenico Cantatore, Massimo Campigli, Renato Guttuso, Salvatore Fiume, Franz Borghese and Carlo Levi, with whom the gallery had a flourishing artistic and human collaboration. In 1983 the first exhibition of the artist Pino Procopio took place, with whom the Gallery continues to collaborate even today, in a thirty-year artistic and human partnership celebrated with a solo exhibition of the master in July 2013. In recent years the Gallery has been dedicated mainly to contemporary art, creating exhibitions of masters such as Luca Alinari, Ugo Attardi, Carla Accardi, Alberto Gianquinto and many others. It also organised group exhibitions on Pop Art, the Transavantgarde both in the Gallery and in Museums. The participation in important fairs of modern and contemporary art has brought the Gallery to Padua, Bari, Bergamo, Arezzo, Viterbo and Pavia. Recently they looked for new talents in the art field, such as Paola Di Domenico, Massimo Forzani or Arturo Baldan, new avant-garde artists in the contemporary field. La Riva Gallery has always based its relationship with its customers on trust and mutual esteem, establishing solid ties with their collectors. And after more than forty years of activity we can say that we are still happy and excited to continue this fascinating journey in Art.
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