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Dadamaino | 1960-1974

limited edition in 150 exemplars in cardinal numbers Current exemplar numbered as: 26/150 Paper size (or piece size) : 50 x 50 cm A regular certificate of authenticity will be included Fast and Tracked shipping with express currier DHL Published by Galleria Team Colore, Milano Printed by Sam Villa, MILANO The main image is an example, the work will be delivered with the flaps still closed The flaps can be open easily As a frame, I recommend a white one with spacer, like the one in the photos

Tecnical Information

Artist Dadamaino
Year 1960-1974
Signature Signed, numbered and dated in pencil by artist in lower right
Edition 26 / 150
Class limited edition
Type Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Material Lithograph on punched paper
Size (cm) 50.00 x 50.00 x 0.00
Size (in) 19.69 x 19.69 x 0.00



Italian, 1935–2004

Dadamaino (born Eduarda Emilia Maino), a self-taught artist and a member of the Milanese avant-garde, had an incredibly rich and eclectic career. In the late 1950s, she received attention for her series of black-and-white canvases, what she called “Volumes,” that featured large punctured holes, much like Lucio Fontana’s “Buchi” (“Hole”) paintings. At this time, she was a member of Piero Manzoni’s Azimuth Gallery in Milan, which was connected with Germany’s Group Zero, the Dutch Group Nul, and Group Motus in France, though she later went on to join the Nouvelle Tendence movement whose members included Getulio Alviani, Bruno Munari, and Jesus Rafael Soto. In the 1970s, Dadamaino explored Op Art in a series of psychedelic optical paintings, and in the 1980s she developed original alphabet-like signs that she repeated obsessively in small, text-like formats on canvas. One of Italy’s most progressive artists, Dadamaino was twice included in the Venice Biennale.



Dadamaino, 1960-1974
Edition 26/150
Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper