A minimal detail taken from a souvenir photo of the 60s: enlargement of the subject is exaggerated to create a reality no longer linked to the original image.
Certainly the most gratifying result of this first experience in the world of screen printing by Roberto Delpiano.
Reference to original photograph and screenprint can be found in the 1980 exhibit.
Measures (HxW): 50x35 cm - 20x14 inches.
Black ink on Fabriano heavy drawing paper, hand-cut and yellowed over time.
Stampa: 1976-78 - 30 copies made and numbered by hand, signed with graphite pencil by the author Roberto Delpiano who personally made the print, with totally artisanal equipment.
Only 10 copies left.