Medium: original lithograph by artist Regina Cassolo Bracchi, better known simply as Regina. Executed for the very rare 1955-56 volume of Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi. Sheet size 8 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (220 x 320 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand. Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper.
The Movimento arte concreta (Concrete Art Movement), was a group of avant-garde artists working in Italy during the 1950's. Among the artists who contributed prints for this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Joe Colombo, Regina, Nino Di Salvatore, Gillo Dorfles, Gianni Monnet, Bruno Munari, Luigi Veronesi, Tito Varisco, Carol Rama, Simonetta Vigevani Jung and Lucio Fontana. These prints are quite rare today.
Medium: original lithograph by artist Regina Cassolo Bracchi, better known simply as Regina. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 220mm), with text on verso, as issued. Signed . Condition: there is aging to the paper.
Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Aagaard Andersen, Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Gillo Dorfles, Galliano Mazzon, Gianni Monnet, Bruno Munari, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.