Fernando Carpaneda Carpazine Art Magazine

Fernando Carpaneda

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Book Title
Fernando Carpaneda
Author
Carpazine Art Magazine
ISBN
9781715449278
Between 1980 and 1997, Fernando Carpaneda built countless assemblages using objects from his friends, lovers, and family members. Items such as: cigarette butts, empty cans, underwear, boxes of toothpaste, clothing, wood. From a diverse array of materials the artist also sculpted nude male figures using water-based clay. Most of the figures depicted in the assemblages are portraits of: friends, colleagues, sex workers, porn star, punks, and everyday people. The art of assemblage is based on the principle that any and all material can be incorporated into a work of art, creating a new set without losing its original meaning. It is a combination of elements into a larger set, where it is always possible to identify that each piece is compatible and considered art. By using various materials such as papers, fabrics, or wood "glued" to a canvas, the artist manages to overcome the limitations of the surface, thus breaking the limit of painting, creating a junction of painting, and sculpture. His voracious engagement in the cause of diversity and punk culture led him to exhibit at Art Basel in Miami, the Tom of Finland Foundation in California, The Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis and The Leslie Lohman Museum of Art in New York to name a few. His works are included in multiple art collections, galleries and museums, also appearing in publications as The Best of Punk Globe Magazine, alongside Debbie Harry, Jamie Oliver (UK SUBS), Sid Vicious, Earl Slick, John Lydon, The Adicts, Glen Matlock, Joe Dallesandro, Andy Warhol, Pauley Perrete also in Treasures Of Gay Art, a book by Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, featuring Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean Cocteau and many others. In June 18, 2012, some of his works were selected and exhibited at Times Square in New York, during the opening of the exhibition Art Takes Times Square. The works were exhibited in 10m LED panels covering 23 floors (Nasdaq screens, Thomson and Reuters, Clear Channel SBinding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Carpazine Art MagazinePublisher: BlurbPublished: 09/17/2020ISBN: 9781715449278Pages: 24Weight: 0.10lbsSize: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.06d
Between 1980 and 1997, Fernando Carpaneda built countless assemblages using objects from his friends, lovers, and family members. Items such as: cigarette butts, empty cans, underwear, boxes of toothpaste, clothing, wood. From a diverse array of materials the artist also sculpted nude male figures using water-based clay. Most of the figures depicted in the assemblages are portraits of: friends, colleagues, sex workers, porn star, punks, and everyday people. The art of assemblage is based on the principle that any and all material can be incorporated into a work of art, creating a new set without losing its original meaning. It is a combination of elements into a larger set, where it is always possible to identify that each piece is compatible and considered art. By using various materials such as papers, fabrics, or wood "glued" to a canvas, the artist manages to overcome the limitations of the surface, thus breaking the limit of painting, creating a junction of painting, and sculpture. His voracious engagement in the cause of diversity and punk culture led him to exhibit at Art Basel in Miami, the Tom of Finland Foundation in California, The Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis and The Leslie Lohman Museum of Art in New York to name a few. His works are included in multiple art collections, galleries and museums, also appearing in publications as The Best of Punk Globe Magazine, alongside Debbie Harry, Jamie Oliver (UK SUBS), Sid Vicious, Earl Slick, John Lydon, The Adicts, Glen Matlock, Joe Dallesandro, Andy Warhol, Pauley Perrete also in Treasures Of Gay Art, a book by Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, featuring Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean Cocteau and many others. In June 18, 2012, some of his works were selected and exhibited at Times Square in New York, during the opening of the exhibition Art Takes Times Square. The works were exhibited in 10m LED panels covering 23 floors (Nasdaq screens, Thomson and Reuters, Clear Channel S

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Carpazine Art Magazine
Publisher: Blurb
Published: 09/17/2020
ISBN: 9781715449278
Pages: 24
Weight: 0.10lbs
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.06d
Between 1980 and 1997, Fernando Carpaneda built countless assemblages using objects from his friends, lovers, and family members. Items such as: cigarette butts, empty cans, underwear, boxes of toothpaste, clothing, wood. From a diverse array of materials the artist also sculpted nude male figures using water-based clay. Most of the figures depicted in the assemblages are portraits of: friends, colleagues, sex workers, porn star, punks, and everyday people. The art of assemblage is based on the principle that any and all material can be incorporated into a work of art, creating a new set without losing its original meaning. It is a combination of elements into a larger set, where it is always possible to identify that each piece is compatible and considered art. By using various materials such as papers, fabrics, or wood "glued" to a canvas, the artist manages to overcome the limitations of the surface, thus breaking the limit of painting, creating a junction of painting, and sculpture. His voracious engagement in the cause of diversity and punk culture led him to exhibit at Art Basel in Miami, the Tom of Finland Foundation in California, The Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis and The Leslie Lohman Museum of Art in New York to name a few. His works are included in multiple art collections, galleries and museums, also appearing in publications as The Best of Punk Globe Magazine, alongside Debbie Harry, Jamie Oliver (UK SUBS), Sid Vicious, Earl Slick, John Lydon, The Adicts, Glen Matlock, Joe Dallesandro, Andy Warhol, Pauley Perrete also in Treasures Of Gay Art, a book by Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, featuring Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean Cocteau and many others. In June 18, 2012, some of his works were selected and exhibited at Times Square in New York, during the opening of the exhibition Art Takes Times Square. The works were exhibited in 10m LED panels covering 23 floors (Nasdaq screens, Thomson and Reuters, Clear Channel S

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Carpazine Art Magazine
Publisher: Blurb
Published: 09/17/2020
ISBN: 9781715449278
Pages: 24
Weight: 0.10lbs
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.06d