Pavlos (Dionyssopoulos), the prominent Greek artist of New Realism and Pop Art.
"Grand Bar" by Pavlos (1991)
The monumental sculpture “Grand Bar" by Pavlos Dionyssopoulos, includes 136 bottles and glasses made of poster paper, placed on 4 wooden shelves on a wooden panel, which also have painted or engraved bottles on its surface. All this together, enclosed in a 1 cm thick Plexiglas measuring 300 x 202 x 20 cm. It has the appropriate infrastructure to be hung directly on a wall or placed directly on its wooden and sturdy base which is covered with black marble.
A little tree in a box seems to be the most suitable way of welcoming this year’s 1st of May! Pavlos’ masterpiece “Petit Arbre” reminds us that spring comes in all mediums possible! ---------------------- Pavlos “Petit Arbre”, 2001 Sculpture. Poster paper in plexiglass. Signed lower right. Dimensions: 40 x 29 x 16 cm ----------------------
Pavlos “Défi Dangereux”, 2004 Material: poster paper in plexiglass Dimensions: 184 x 207,5 x D7 cm #mamushgallery #contemporaryart #pavlosdionyssopoulos #defidangereux #roadsign #roadsignart #art #affiches #posterpaper #sculpture #affichesmassicotes #nouveaurealisme #newrealism #greekmodernart #artist #internationalgreekart #greekart #artwork #artgallery #artcollector #artcollective #artlovers #instaart #passionforart #artoftheday #artaddict #artsandculture
We are excited to present you the "Petit Arbre" by Pavlos, an imaginative figurative masterpiece from poster paper, in three dimensions! The tree object captures the viewer's interest focusing on the impressive and not on the material side of this contemporary construction. Its modern effect of the layout of the strips extents to a visual illusion as it forms wavy surfaces where the colors and the material are joined together. Pavlos, "Petit Arbre", 2001, Poster paper in plexiglass, 40x29x16 cm.