Antonio Diego Voci; August 10, 1920 – December 10 1985
Stephen Max is creating a 3rd publication featuring the works of DIEGO is #celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth. A modern rethinking of the career and vision of one of the #greatest artists of the 20th Century.
Stephen Max expresses; “The towering #genius of Antonio DIEGO Voci (1920 – 1985) has been celebrated and remains undisputed. Now, this essential addition to Diego’s history, this groundbreaking publication Artist of a Thousand Faces continues his legacy while simultaneously re-examining the multifaceted artist’s life and work from the ground up. This authoritative study marks the 100th anniversary of the great master’s birth with a sweeping, up-to-date portrait of Diego as he has never been seen before.”
Diego Voci; “Au Cafe” #1141-153 70x80cm oil on canvas. Originally purchased back in 1976 at PHV by a Craig Jolley.
Today we do not know where this painting is or who owns it. Any information would be greatly appreciated to help the mission of the DVP, to catalog all of Diego Voci works of art with the Diego Voci Estate Archive. https://www.diegovociproject.com/
Take an enriching tour thru the deluxe coffee table biography “THE BEAUTY OF DIEGO” by Stephen Max. Don’t let the first 2 pages fool you, they are blank, then delight in a delicious feast of color and unbridled creativity.
From the Diego Voci Project family to yours, we wish you the best as this decade comes to a close. This time of year gives you a break to reflect on the past year and a chance to spend extra time doing the things you love to do. We’ve accomplished a lot this last year at The Diego Voci Project, and the future has never been brighter.
Stephen Max shares “The boundless creativity of Diego Voci is displayed in this immersive, devotional painting, Le Amiche. It captures a stunning composition throughout every inch . The saturated colours are highlighted with an application of 24 carat gold leaf . Posterity can truly regard Diego as an artist of exceptional talent. This painting consolidates his achievement into a creation which encourages people to engage with art in a way which is more involving.”