Original Giclée by Mark Kostabi (*)
Published in Hahnemüle Velvet thick handmade cotton paper.
Signed and certified by hand by the artist.
Luxury edition limited to only 50 copies.
Embossing stamp of the editor and artist.
It includes (COA) certificate of authenticity.
- Sheet dimensions: 78 x 61 cm
- Motif dimensions: 53 x 40 cm
- Year: 2020
- Edition: x/50
- Condition: New (this work has never been framed or exhibited, always kept in a professional art folder, so it is kept in excellent condition).
- Origin: Private collection.
The work will be carefully handled and packaged in a reinforced cardboard package.
The numbering of the work finally offered may differ from that shown in the images.
The shipment will be registered with tracking code and insured shipping for the final value of the work with full refund in case of loss or damage, at no cost to the buyer.
(*) Mark Kostabi (born 1960 in Whitthier, USA) is a world-renowned artist and accomplished composer. Mark Kostabi is almost synonymous with the New York art scene. Having made his debut in 1982, Kostabi soon became a leading figure in the East Village's wild and heady art scene, surrounded by the likes of Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat and others. As a master of sharp, bold and surreal graphic style images, Kostabi is an artist - one of his many side projects is a "game show" he presents in which other artists and art critics compete to name his new works of art. Another is "Ask Mark Kostabi," an advice column he publishes for artists. His work is also compiled by an impressive array of rock stars, opera singers, and other luminaries. Among many other notable commissions, Kostabi did the artwork for the albums "Use Your Illusion" by Guns n 'Roses and "Adios Amigos" by the Ramones. Recently, Kostabi was recognised by Pope Benedict XVI who officially blessed his bronze statue of Pope John Paul II at his inauguration in Rome. Always a prolific and dynamic artist, as well as a public figure, Kostabi divides his time between New York and Rome.
- Mark Kostabi (1960)
- Titolo dell’opera
- The Heart of The Matter
- Editore e artista timbro a secco, Firmato a mano
- x / 50
- Come nuovo
- Dimensioni totali
- 78×61×0 cm