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Maurizio Cattelan

Italy Born in: 1960 Masterpieces

Maurizio Cattelan entered the contemporary art market by the end of the 2000s through an innovative procedure. By sending a thousand emails with copies of his catalogs with all his creations in it, which at that time were mostly small wooden furniture. The procedure was a success, between the happening and the communication operation, which did not fail to make him known.

Maurizio Cattelan's works are full of irony, he criticizes the art market. His satirical spirit leads him to make atypical and original creations, in the form of sculptures. He bases his work on social frictions to cause a certain discomfort. He covers new artistic territory, which he became quickly identified with.

His most notable piece in 1999 "The Novo Ora" (The Ninth Hour) where he shows Pope John Paul II crushed by a meteorite. He attacked religion as well as the Italian Icon that the pope embodies.

Without any taboo, he continued his subversive process by exploiting the figure of Hitler. Very realistic, he poses him, knees on the ground, actually doing a prayer. Presented by the simple name of "Him", he places his character in the former Warsaw ghetto, an appearance which was a sensation when exposed in 2012, after being exposed in Sweden for the first time in 2001.

Having a lot of humor, he did not hesitate to portray himself lying in a coffin in 2004 with the label "Now."

Finally, in 2010 the artist was invited by the Mayor of Milan to do ten creations for the city. One of them, called LOVE which was posed on a major square of the city and represents a hand with only a single finger standing while the others are cut.

Maurizio Cattelan is considered today one of the major artists of the contemporary scene. He did a solo exhibition at the Monnaie de Paris in 2016.

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Gaspard Mitz, Mirage, Sculpture

Gaspard Mitz

Mirage, 2022
24 x 34 x 6.5 cm
Sculpture

€650

Shelby, Small Life Army, Sculpture

Shelby

Small Life Army, 2022
50 x 50 x 3 cm
Sculpture

€950

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Shake Phone, 2021
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Philippe Buil, Pavarti Ultime, Sculpture

Philippe Buil

Pavarti Ultime, 2021
46 x 24 x 10 cm
Sculpture

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Art painting street, 2021
43 x 10 x 10 cm
Sculpture

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Calme et le silence bronze, 2002
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Patricia Simsa, Clémentine, Sculpture

Patricia Simsa

Clémentine, 2021
41 x 31 x 17 cm
Sculpture

€2,400

Iryna Antoniuk (Tone), Shift Steel Black Sphere, Sculpture

Iryna Antoniuk (Tone)

Shift Steel Black Sphere, 2020
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Sculpture

€1,352 €1,082

Gil.S, Modeste, Sculpture

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Modeste, 2022
46 x 19 x 12 cm
Sculpture

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Fanny Finkelman Szyller, Construcción Naranja N°4., Sculpture

Fanny Finkelman Szyller

Construcción Naranja N°4., 2021
36 x 36 x 5 cm
Sculpture

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Andrea Van Der Hoeven, Baril Suprême, Sculpture

Andrea Van Der Hoeven

Baril Suprême, 2022
44 x 27.5 x 27.5 cm
Sculpture

€800 €472

Onemizer, Non d'une Pipe, Sculpture

Onemizer

Non d'une Pipe, 2020
27 x 27 x 5 cm
Sculpture

€1,500

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