This copper plate has been engraved thirty years ago but deserves a reinterpretation for the quality of the signs and for the subject matter. In this arid landscape without a well-defined horizon, the eye focuses on an abandoned building but shelter for a lush nature. The place, which was a refuge house, now appears inaccessible to us and this is the paradox that the author wishes to communicate. Few copies available.
1990 | etching
copper plate: 328 x 398 mm (base x height)
Printing on Magnani di Pescia paper, black ink, paper size: 500 x 700 mm
5 trial proofs e.e. I/V- V/V + 5 author proofs e.a. I/V- V/V + 35 signed and numbrered copies 1/35-35/35