LIVEAUCTIONEERS HIGHLIGHT 3 WORKS BY DIEGO VOCI!

From the Private Collection of The Cooprider Family click on the link to see their entire collection for sale: https://www.artworkarchive.com/rooms/cooprider-family-collection/cf7d5a

DIEGO, ARTIST OF A THOUSAND FACES!

BUY NOW! Available Now! Diego – The Artist of a Thousand Faces; https://www.blurb.ca/b/10242206-diego

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#COLORBLIND DIEGO ART SERIES 5

In the same spirit of the previous “Ebony and Ivory” post COLORBLIND SERIES 4 #COLORBLIND DIEGO ART SERIES 5

We now present a black and white LINOCUT experiment by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985).


Diego was always experimenting, glass paint, sand paint, collage, and here LINOCUT. As an example of his artistic genius, I’d rate this at best a “C” plus, but not bad for the first time carving piece of linoleum. The hard part is to think in reverse: what you carve away becomes the white, and what’s left of the lino surface covered with ink and pressed to paper becomes the black.

SNEAK PREVIEW DIEGO 1,000 FACES BOOK

Catch a glimpse from the publisher which may or may not be in the final layout of latest book title “Diego; An Artist of a Thousand Faces” created by Stephen Max. 

We are revealing the process.  This is an example of the preliminary process. Everything is malleable.

While Stephen is pulling together phases of the new publication, here is a gem created by Stephen Max of the Diego Voci Project, a museum tour of works by Diego Voci.

WHERE IS THE MERMAID?

#DIEGO VOCI: MASTER OF #SURREALISM

Diego Voci; Le Sirene #14925 60x80cm ca. 1974

Le Sirene” (English translation means “The Mermaid”) painted in 1974 by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) was sold to Captain Brown of Ramstein, Germany. 

Could that be any relation to Dr. Odgen Brown who represented Diego in USA starting 1973 and gave his first big exhibition at the Broadmoor Resort in Colorado?  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci#Exhibitions_in_the_US

WHERE IS THIS PAINTING NOW AND WHO OWNS IT? Contact us at DVP diegovociproject@gmail.com.

#CALL TO #ACTION IS TO CONNECT WITH US!

#Art #Diego #ArtHistory #Video #100Years #Celebration #Watch

Diego Voci; Artist of a Thousand Faces. Internationally collected artist ANTONIO DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee)(1920-1985)

The Diego Voci Project Team, all-volunteer group, enhances the awareness, value of the great body of artwork and to archive his works with the Diego Voci Estate in Germany.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci

#COLORBLIND PAINTBRUSHES SERIES TWO

Diego Voci; “La Fenetre” oil on canvas 39 1/2 x 31 1/2 ca. 1974 #707

#ART #DIEGO #ARTHISTORY #100YEARS #CELEBRATION

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/

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12 BLACK ARTISTS EXPLORE THE TRIUMPHS & TRIBULATIONS OF LIFE IN AMERICA

Ronald Jackson, A Dwelling Down Roads Unpaved. Courtesy of the artist.

Renaissance Noir
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