Tino Stefanoni (06/07/37 - 02/12/17), born in Lecco, studied at the Beato Angelico art high school and at the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic.
For the past fifty years he has been one of the most influential artists in the international art world.
Tino Stefanoni's work, while not strictly belonging to that of conceptual art, has in fact always developed in the same area of research. He has always looked at the world of everyday things and objects, proposing them in their most disarming obviousness, like plates of a visual primer or pages of an instruction booklet where images replace words.
Unlike the animal and plant worlds that do not pertain to man, the world of things is instead the only tangible sign of his existence, and therefore his property, a trace of his thought and history where art and beauty can be created that are not the art and beauty of nature.
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Polymaterial silkscreen print by Master Tino Stefanoni. Very rare collection dating back to 1997.
N.B. The print run number may be different from that of the images. However, the specimen you will receive will have the exact same characteristics as those represented in this advertisement.
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