Marcel Dzama, La Revolución va a Ser Femenina

2.400,00 

Marcel Dzama (Canadian, b. 1974)

La Revolución va a Ser Femenina, 2017

Medium: Lithograph in colors, on Arches paper

Dimensions: 100 x 68 cm (39 1/5 x 26 4/5 in)

Edition of 48: Hand-signed and numbered in pencil

Condition: Mint

In stock

Marcel Dzama, La Revolución va a Ser Femenina

Marcel Dzama is a Canadian artist renowned for his distinctive style, which features whimsical, often unsettling figures within sparse, dream-like settings. Born in 1974 in Winnipeg, Canada, Dzama’s artwork is characterized by a muted palette primarily consisting of browns, greens, and reds, which lends a timeless quality to his pieces and evokes a sense of nostalgia. His artwork draws heavily on a range of influences, from Dada and Surrealist movements to childhood folk tales and political allegories, creating a unique visual language that is both enigmatic and accessible. Dzama is particularly known for his prolific output in drawing, but he has also made significant contributions to the fields of sculpture, painting, film, and printmaking. His prints, including lithographs, etchings and archival pigment prints, showcase his expertise in the medium, featuring the same intricate detailing and surreal quality found in his other artworks. These limited edition prints often explore complex narratives, blending human figures with animals and mythical creatures in bizarre, narrative-driven scenarios. The use of printmaking allows Dzama to delve deeper into his creative process, experimenting with different techniques and materials to enhance the textural and visual depth of his work. Marcel Dzama’s prints and other artworks are held in high esteem in the art world, frequently exhibited internationally and included in the collections of major museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Tate in London. His ability to convey profound, often dark themes through a playful and whimsical aesthetic has captivated a global audience, making his fine art prints highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts of contemporary art.

Type

Limited Edition Print

Medium

Lithograph

Movement

Political Art, Contemporary Art, Figurative Art, Text-based Art

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