Jackson Pollock screen
- Dino Gavina and Kazuhide Takahama
Dimensions: cm W 225 D 2 H 220 | in W 88,5 D 0,7 H 86,5
Condition: minor wear consistent with age and use
5 panels joined with a system of hinges designed by architect Takahama. Multilayer lacquered wood. Jackson Pollock silk-screen printing.
First in the East and later in the West, the screen has been for centuries a decorative element and a divider. Function and poetry, tied in perfect harmony, go hand in hand. A screen is an architecture, a sculpture, a poetic space.
Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera, “Dino Gavina Ultrarazionale Ultramobile”, Editrice Compositori, Milano 1998, p. 159