CALLING ON #DIEGO #COLLECTORS!

CALLING ON DIEGO COLLECTORS!

Each of YOU have an opportunity to participate in the publishing of Your Diego artworks.

A new book “Artist of a Thousand Faces” is in the planning stages by Stephen Max to celebrate Diego’s 100th Birth Year on August 10th.

Please EMAIL diegovociproject@gmail.com us your unique Diego “faces” works of art and any stories or quips you have, to be considered for this publication (no later than May 20th 2020).

Here is an example of unique “faces” by Diego:

WHERE IS IT NOW? WHO OWNS IT NOW?

DIEGO VOCI: “Streetscene in Paris” #1241-178 oil on canvas 50x40cm

Last known information was purchased in 1974 by Ralph Bruns in Frankfurt, Germany. Any information on the whereabouts of this painting or owner would be greatly appreciated. Please contact us at diegovociproject@mail.com

#NEW ADDITION TO #DVP!

To view additional Diego Galleries be sure to visit: https://www.artworkarchive.com/profile/cooprider-family-collection/collection/antonio-diego-voci 

DVP is expanding! Coop Cooprider, Diego Voci Art Historian shares his story and Diego Collection with all of you. Enjoy this compilation of art and history come together!

ANOTHER #DISCOVERY! WHO OWNS THIS #PAINTING? #LOST ART!

Browsing through old #35mm slides from Helga Voci collection, we discovered and restored 35 MM slides of Diego’s™ works.

No information about this image, nor time frame and nor the painting pictured in Diego’s #studio.

Any information or details about this painting including its current owner and location please email us at diegovociproject@gmail.com. We would like to add to the #DVP #Archive.

#ONE #GERMAN #PAINTING #TAUGHT ME HOW TO #VISIT A #MUSEUM

Christoph Paudiß, Ein Marodeur (A Marauder) (1665). Image: Ben Davis. a student of Rembrandt, carrying the Dutchman’s style of poignant chiaroscuro with him back to the German lands.

What One Mysterious, Easily Overlooked German Painting Taught Me About How to Visit a Museum in the Age of Blockbusters A Marauder stands for the best-case fate for the typical piece of art in a museum—which then also makes it stand for the typical condition of “Art” when you strip away the myth of its transparent timelessness. That fate is not to vanish. It endures. But it’s also not to inspire lasting ecstasies of interpretation or to summon crowds. Instead, it is to be present but not present, lurking in the shadows, waiting for the moment when it might actually be seen and known.

Below; a work by internationally collected artist Diego Voci with similar expression and depth in its interpretation. To see more visit: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/old-men-and-more-diegovocitm/

Diego Voci; Der Alte “Old Man” 21 of 60 Lithography

13TH #CENTURY #PAINTING FOUND HUNG OVER A HOT #PLATE.

Cimabue’s The Mocking of Christ. Courtesy of Actéon and Eric Turquin.

An Elderly Woman Discovered She Had Been Storing a Rare Renaissance Painting in Her Kitchen—and It Could Fetch $6 Million at Auction Next Month

Compliments of The Diego Voci Project team; finding hidden gems like the one above adds to our history. Antonio Diego Voci (VOH-chee 1920-1985) captures history with his Madonna and Child paintings.

View Here: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/madonna-and-child-by-diegovocitm-mother-and-child/

#BTS (BEHIND THE SCENES)

Diego Voci; A Moment of Reflection in his Studio

An extraordinary video created by Stephen Max (volunteer for The Diego Voci Project). Go behind the scenes in Antonio Diego Voci’s (VOH-chee 1920-1985) studio. Each day when Diego painted was always a mystery as to what he would create because his skills and talents were outside the bounds of one style.

“Each movement had its great masters, but there are very few who could create art unconfined by a single style like Diego.” – Christopher Voci.