By Maria Laura Avignolo
Provocative installation in London
Ricardo Cinalli -The Argentinian that exhibits fake Picassos
The artist, based in London since 1973, has “copied” fifteen works by the Spanish Master
Pablo Picasso’s line of works has succumbed to the unattainable. His works can only be seen and admired in museums or in ultra private collections; some are even permanently locked behind the doors of Geneva’s airport’s ‘free zone’, as an investment, reaching...
Do not miss Ricardo Cinalli’s elegant exhibition that is on right now at the jaggedart Gallery in Marylebone. Titled “ A Ravishing Muse – An Irreverent Homage to Picasso”- it opened on October 19th 2016 and runs till November 5th 2016.
El artista argentino Ricardo Cinalli regresa a Londres con una divertida e irreverente exposición en jaggedart.
La exposición es una instalación de una serie de "copias" de las "Têtes de Femmes" de Picasso, todas reconocidas y reproducidas muchas veces. Es casi un sueño o una utopía.
PICASSO’S WORK OF ART FALL IN THE CATEGORY OF UNATTAINABLE, ONLY TO BE IN MUSEUMS, AUCTIONED AT INNUMERABLE AMOUNTS AND OWNED BY JUST THE VERY PRIVILEGED FEW. BUT THIS WAS UNTIL NOW.
Charlotte Hodes is Guest Artist-in-Residence, by invitation, at the The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, 3 October-16 November. She is working on a new collection of ceramic vessels and participating in their exhibition Transference: Transferware and Contemporary Ceramics. She will also be speaking at the related symposium, Technicalities: Meaning in Methods 28-30 October which takes place at The Clay Studio and Tyler School of Art, Temple University. The symposium has been arranged by Jennifer...