- Doll-File and Flowers, 2002
Doll-File and Flowers, 2002
Size: 51 x 51 IN
129.54 x 129.54 CM
Vendor:Miguel Angel Giovanetti, Argentina, b. 1948
Certificate of authenticity Included (issued by gallery)
Frame Not included
Miguel Angel Giovanetti, a distinguished artist born in Buenos Aires in the year 1948, has left an indelible mark on the world of contemporary art through his creative endeavors. His artistic odyssey led him to the United States, where he resided from 1999 to 2008, enriching his perspective and artistic sensibilities.
The significance of Giovanetti's work is underscored by its inclusion in esteemed collections worldwide. Notable institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami, the Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA) in Long Beach, the Ludwin Museum in Aachen, Germany, and the Goethe Institut in Cologne, Germany, among others, proudly house his creations.
Miguel Angel Giovanetti's recent artistic journey has been punctuated by a series of compelling exhibitions that have garnered acclaim within the art world. These exhibitions include "Pentágono Project," a solo exhibition hosted at the Banco Provincia Museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Additionally, his participation in the prestigious "Art Lima" Art Fair, represented by RO Galería in Lima, Peru, underscores his enduring impact.
The itinerant solo exhibition titled "Pentágono Concept," which graced the Timoteo Navarro Museum in Tucumán, Argentina, further exemplifies Giovanetti's commitment to pushing the boundaries of his craft. His creative vision also found expression in exhibitions such as "Pentagon Project" at RO Gallery in Buenos Aires, Argentina, "Pentagonal" at the A. Bustillo Art Gallery, Banco de la Nación Argentina in Buenos Aires, and "Pentagon Concept" at the Emilio Caraffa Museum in Córdoba, Argentina.
Miguel Angel Giovanetti's artistic journey continues to evolve, offering audiences thought-provoking and innovative expressions that bridge cultures and captivate the imagination. His presence in prestigious collections and exhibitions serves as a testament to his enduring legacy within the world of contemporary art.