Italian Wooden Sculpture by Gianni Pinna, 1981Vintage Objects
"Experience the beauty and craftsmanship of Gianni Pinna's stunning wooden sculpture, Documento No.7. This one-of-a-kind piece was created in Italy in 1981 by the late artist, whose work is highly regarded among art collectors and enthusiasts alike. Pinna's artistic legacy was defined by his ability to transform natural materials into unique and expressive works of art that showcase his passion for organic forms and textures.
Documento No.7 is a true masterpiece of Pinna's work, showcasing the artist's technical mastery and deep understanding of the qualities of wood. The sculpture features intricate details and a stunning interplay of light and shadow, which bring the piece to life in a truly captivating way. Whether you're a seasoned collector or a first-time buyer, this piece is sure to impress and captivate anyone who sees it.
In addition to its aesthetic value, Documento No.7 is also a wonderful investment opportunity. As one of the few remaining works by Gianni Pinna, this sculpture is a rare find that will only increase in value over time. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of art history.
Gianni Pinna was born in Guspina, Cagliari, Sardegna in 1934. He studied sculpturing at art schools in both Turin and Milano. Pinna is congenitally temperamental. A man with a visceral humanity. Profound and silent like his homeland Sardegna. An intuitive Artist who transforms his sensibility into visible communication by means of transparency.
These documents, pages, books are in fact, without reconnecting them to the problematic of his precedent cosmic sculptures, a logic continuity.
They represent openness and development of another structural dimension and semantics in his current research. (Late 1970’s)
In thit period Gianni Pinna had two solo expositions in the US. One in 1976 at Feingarten Galleries and the other in 1977 at Silver Gallery in Los Angelos.
The renown Art critic, Henry J. Seldis, wrote in regard to these Art exhibitions “ and in those aspects of his creations, which he chooses to call “Codi-Art”, Pinna expresses the greatest potential of his considerable creative force”.
Height 160 x Width 51 x Depth 29cm.
This unique and beautiful Art work will be shipped insured overseas in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US, Euro 1.150, is crate included.