Complimentary of DVP. Check out the history on Diego Voci, who was inspired by the Old Masters and their exemplary works of art. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
The lesson learned Dear Reader! Keep your eyes open, for you also may find a cubistic masterwork by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (920-9185).
This Diego Voci example of cubism is museum worthy. The new owner states:
“We own two Diego Voci paintings. We are so happy that this project was started because we could never find any information on who our “Diego” was! We love our paintings and are not interested in selling. We were wondering if you (DVP) were interested in having photos of them for the projects’ catalogue? Please let us know. Thank you, Caroline & John”
Yes. The Diego Voci Project is delighted to include your works into the official Diego Voci Archive with the Diego Voci Estate. To view more cubistic works by Diego click here: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/cubism-diegovocitm/
In this wonderful painting, I puzzle, is there life here that does not matter?
Internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) embraced a rainbow of humanity in his masterful works. How about a gay couple adopting a black child? Does only one life matter? More colorblind Diego Voci artworks to come..Stay tuned https://www.diegovociproject.com/
Online through July 3 at UTA Artist Space
What the gallery says: “‘Renaissance: Noir’ investigates Blackness on the continuum of the historiographies of African American artists’ narratives that assert, individually and collectively, their state-of-mind and state-of-being Black. An existence of ‘double consciousness,’ as coined by W.E.B. DuBois, where one is constantly combating the ‘isms’—racism, colorism, sexism, capitalism, colonialism, escapism, and criticism—through the act of artistic activism. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/renaissance-noir-at-uta-1885608
We give you our heartfelt thanks for ALL the support, encouragement and artwork submissions for the upcoming publication by Stephen Max “Diego, Artist of a Thousand Faces”.
Your contributions to the internationally collected artist “Diego Voci” have reinvigorated , revitalized “DIEGO” in the world of art.
This 100th Celebration of Diego’s birth this August 10th will be a celebration unlike any other.
The deadline for submissions was May 24th, 2020, however if you have a hidden gem of a Diego please email us. Stephen Max is presently reviewing all the submissions from each of you.
CURATE YOUR CURIOSITY
An Artistic Wonderland awaits all visitors to The Diego Voci Project where we are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Diego’s birth (August 10th). This year marks the 100th year since the Master’s birth in Gasperina Italy. This summer set your sights on a Diego experience. From Masterpieces in oil to Tempera and Watercolour, there’s plenty of faces to discover. In recognition of this once in a lifetime occurrence we are creating a book titled Diego The Artist of a Thousand Faces. Enjoy the celebration and this new video from Stephen Max
Deadline for submission for the coming book “Artist of a Thousand Faces” is this Saturday May 24, 2020 (we extended the deadline because of the overwhelming responses to DVP).
But, DVP still wants to catalog all Diego Voci works, so send yours in anyway. firstname.lastname@example.org
(f yours is super, super, maybe it could pre-empt a lesser work in the book, if you hurry)
Christie’s shares “A good portrait offers so much more than the depiction of another person — it can offer a glimpse into their soul.”
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 email@example.com
“This is a unique face that never takes its eye off you, thinking what? The paint is unusually heavy, probably to disguise the painting formerly existing under this one; applied to wood, rather crudely, but, overall, I would place in the category of very special. Previously, it’s been noted as palette knife. I see no evidence of that, rather a prominent texture of an aggressive artist hand marking bold indentations with the opposite end of his amazing brush.” – Coop Cooprider, Diego Voci Art Historian
The artist is internationally collected Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985)