Ugo Rondinone, Stars


Ugo Rondinone (Swiss, b. 1964)

Stars, 2009

Medium: Screenprint on paper

Dimensions: 105 x 74.7 cm (41.3 x 29.4 in)

Edition of 300: Hand-signed and numbered

Condition: Excellent

In stock

“You don’t have to understand art, but you have to feel it.” – Ugo Rondinone

Ugo Rondinone is a prominent Swiss-born contemporary artist celebrated for his eclectic and multidimensional body of work. Born in 1964, he has become internationally renowned for his diverse artistic practice, which spans various mediums, including painting, sculpture, installation, printmaking, photography, and performance art. Rondinone’s art is characterized by its profound exploration of themes related to human existence, time, and the convergence of art with the everyday world. One of the hallmarks of Ugo Rondinone‘s oeuvre is his ability to elicit profound emotional responses from viewers. His works often provoke contemplation, introspection, and a sense of wonder. Rondinone’s artistic vocabulary is remarkably versatile, enabling him to create pieces that range from minimalistic and contemplative to bold and exuberant. His fascination with the interplay of color, form, and texture is evident in his paintings, which often feature abstract or quasi-abstract compositions. Ugo Rondinone‘s use of vibrant, bold hues and gestural brushwork evokes a wide range of emotions and sensations. These paintings invite viewers to immerse themselves in a world of color and form, inviting personal interpretations and emotional connections. In addition to his paintings, Rondinone’s sculptural works are equally notable. He frequently incorporates natural materials, such as stone and wood, into his sculptures, exploring the relationship between art and nature. His stone sculptures, in particular, demonstrate a mastery of form and balance, appearing simultaneously ancient and contemporary. Ugo Rondinone‘s installations are known for their immersive and thought-provoking qualities. They often transform gallery spaces into immersive environments that challenge conventional boundaries between art and spectatorship. His large-scale installations can incorporate elements like neon signs, mirrors, and text, encouraging viewers to engage with their surroundings in novel ways.

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