ARTWORKS - ASSEMBLAGE - SUSTAINABLE ART - COLLAGE PAINTINGS MIXED TECHNIQUE SCULPTURES. Transforming the useless into Art. Reduce the pollution of the Planet and use the already existing products destined to become rubbish, to make them, through creativity, SUSTAINABLE ART. This work of art is inspired by the largest and most terrible animals ever: dinosaurs. Although they have never really lived with our ancestors, in the most archaic imagination and in the collective unconscious, because of their size and the actual ferocity of some of them, such as the T-rex, they have always been associated with the idea of the most lethal dangers, especially in their imaginative reincarnation of dragons, symbol of Evil par excellence.
Yet, according to the most accredited theories, it was enough a bright shooting star, an asteroid, which generated glaciations, to cause their extinction. As well as all Amira's assemblages, Dino Sauro has a playful-inronic message that, winking at the most attentive and witty observers, is also a funny exorcism against the most deadly expectations for the future. If for environmentalists waste and pollution, causing the infamous greenhouse effect, are one of the worst threats to human and planet survival, Dino Sauro, created with waste materials, for a kind of dark magic sympathetic (outside metaphor, the light of intelligence and human sensibility), could mitigate global warming by thwarting the extinction of man and life on Earth. The Animal Series includes works made with recycled materials transformed into original, ironic and fun pieces of art featured as creatures belonging to the faunal realm and collective imagination.
In these assemlage, therefore, on the one hand, the search for beauty, the artistic-aesthetic dimension, and on the other the sensitivity towards the delicate problem of the environment and recycling, create small masterpieces with a strong and deep ethical and symbolic message. Mixed technique, painting and sculpture, recycled objects.
Fully recycled materials for a sustainable and less polluted environment. Height: 49 cm = 19.3 inches.
Width: 54 cm = 21.3 inches. Length: 23 cm = 9.1 inches. Amira's Assemblage Collection of Amira is composed of works of art made with the homonymous technique, that is very current, much appreciated and sought after by collectors.
Amira's assemblages, in addition to having the advantage of being cheaper than paintings and sculptures, are distinguished for being always unique and unrepeatable, so, as there may be similar, there will never be another equal. Its registration in Amira di Transilvnia's Archive. The 100% ecological and sustainable processes. AMIRA (Amira Munteanu Bergmann) is an Italian multimedia artist born in Transylvania from a family of Austro-Hungarian Jewish intellectuals and art collectors.
She has been painting since she was 4. She was the first artist, after the fall of the communist regime, to have a solo exhibition in the Palace of Ceausescu in Bucharest (currently the seat of the Parliament of Romania) at the age of only 22 years. Between 1994 and 2022 her artistic palma res counted about forty national and international exhibitions.
Currently her works are present in more than 200 Art Collections, public and private institutions, museums, art foundations, professional studios and art galleries around the world, biennial and four-year art. Among the Art Curators who took care of Amira's exhibitions and publications there are: Alan Jones (curator also of the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York), Philippe Daverio (co-curator of the Venice Biennale), Arturo Schwarz (historical gallerist), Andrea Pinketts (writer and Amira's great friend), Maria Grazia Torri (journalist and art critic), Paolo Barozzi (ex-assistant of Peggy Gugenheim), Myriam Polacco (daughter of Leon Polacco collector and merchant of Picasso's works), Edoardo di Mauro and many others. Amira has attended many artists' studios and private collections and has been close friend of many important names in the Italian art landscape and not only: Ivan Mosca, Count Panza di Biumo, Nino Mustica, Chiara Fumai, Luigi Gattinara, Beppe de Cecco, and many others..The last quotation of Amira's original works is 2.0 (4,000 euros for a painting of about 100 x 100 cm and 3,000 euros for a sculpture of about 50 cm). Aware of the profound changes underway in the field of art and of the great possibilities offered by the Web, Amira recently started a new project aimed at the general public. The Artist's Studio is present on its social network pages: follow Amira Arte. Visit the Amira blog in Transylvania.
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