EARTH BY ERNESTO CAIVANO Click to Enlarge


Classic, mystic and romantic, Ernesto Caivano is both explorer and teacher; an artist intent on forging the private histories of nature, science, technology and the cosmos into one continuous and infinite tome. Working primarily in ink and graphite on paper, Caivano thrives in monochromatic palettes and transformations, building elaborate constructs to surround his epic, non-linear narratives, both stirring and universal. Solo exhibitions of his ongoing story, After the Woods have been held at Guild & Greyshkul in New York, White Cube in London and PS1/MoMA in New York, where his work is part of the permanent collection. Ernesto Caivano is represented by the Richard Heller Gallery in Los Angeles. He lives and works in New York City.

To read more about Ernesto Caivano: click here for past coverage in PLANET and here to see a review in Frieze Magazine.

 

Product Description
These prints are printed on Moab Entrada Rag 100% cotton paper, using ultrachrome, fade-resistant, archival inks. Entrada Rag Natural is a 300gsm, double-sided art paper with no optical brighteners, making the most of the natural warm look of cotton media. This paper is naturally acid- and lignin-free and is an excellent choice for both color and black and white prints.

 

Original Artwork
Ink and graphite on paper, 7" x 11 11/16"
2010
SOLD

 
Limited Edition of 100

13.25 x 20 inches at $400

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Note: All originals are signed by the artist and all limited edition prints are supervised by the artist and accompanied by a numbered and signed certificate of authentication.


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