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Oliviero Toscani Art Triptychs

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    Jasper Johns, 1973

    This triptych consists of three photographs that cannot be sold individually. Each photograph, signed by Oliviero Toscani, is in 50 × 70 cm size.Oliviero Toscani photographed Jasper Johns in his studio on Bowery Street in 1973. Jasper was particularly in a good mood that day because his maid's son ran and made him happy. The photos has been published in Vogue.The order includes 1 triptych consisting of 3 photos 50x70cm. To order more triptychs please select on the right.
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    Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, 1973-1975

    This triptych consists of three photographs that cannot be sold individually. Each photograph, signed by Oliviero Toscani, is in 50 × 70 cm size.We all recognize Andy Warhol as the father of Pop Art, but there are many artists who in the 60s and 70s were often ascribed to that movement, although never fully adhering to it. Among the most impressive names we certainly find Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns. Oliviero Toscani took these three photos in New York in 1973 (Rauschenberg, Johns) and in 1975 (Warhol). Rauschenberg and Johns lived a sort of symbiosis for the first few years: they met in 1953 in a bookshop where Johns was a clerk and they formed a very strong association. Rauschenberg was a few years older and knew the artistic environment, Jasper Johns was perhaps more "naive" and less inserted. The two often frequented the Cedar Street Tavern in Greenwich Village, the meeting point of many established artists such as Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline or Jackson Pollock. Rauschenberg knows how to get noticed in the New York scene and Johns is picking up. They introduced theyrself into the right circle, they met the composer Morton Feldman, the choreographer Merce Cunningham and above all John Cage, founder of the Fluxus group, the movement that gathered around it all the artistic avant-garde. Rauschenberg convinces Johns to quit his job at the bookstore and to work with him on window dressing in New York, a profession that initiated many of the greatest contemporary artists we know today. The friend has such an influence on him, that Jasper Johns destroys all the paintings made up to that moment, because he feels he tourned into somebody else. In the meantime Andy Warhol had already started to use silkscreen printing and created the series of Campbell's Soup, canned soups that he transformed from supermarket shelves into very expensive works. Later he created the series on Elvis, Marilyn, Coca-Cola. Warhol ‘s interests , are those objects that break down the gap between rich and poor, because anyone can afford a coca-cola and, however great the purchasing power of a millionaire, his Coca-Cola will not be better than anybody else. The rest is history. We can say that just together with Warhol, but with a matrix that pushes towards the new-dada, Rauschenberg and Johns set up a revolution, imposing the object of common use as the soul and essence of art: Andy Warhol's iconic series we all know, but also Robert Rauschenberg's assemblages of found objects (even garbage cans), photographs and paintings, as well as Jasper Johns' targets and flags of the United States, through which he does not want to impose a political vision, but to offer a new point of view: an object becomes art because if until recently it had been seen by everyone, now it is finally observed. In the 1970s Oliviero Toscani frequented that environment in New York and did not fail to immortalize these three key figures in the history of art, without whom the course of this discipline would have been different.The order includes 1 triptych consisting of 3 photos 50x70cm. To order more triptychs please select on the right.
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    Andy Warhol, 1975

    This triptych consists of three photographs that cannot be sold individually. Each photograph, signed by Oliviero Toscani, is in 50 × 70 cm size.Oliviero Toscani ha fotografato Andy Warhol nel suo studio Oliviero Toscani photographed Andy Warhol in his studio in Canergie Hall in the mid-1970s. It was a fashion shoot, later published in UomoVogue. Toscani and Warhol went to Brooks Brothers to shop for clothes dressed in clothes that he would have never worn, middle class American, it was like a disguise that amused them a lot. Few time later, while in Italy, he told Toscani that people on the street recognized him because he was seen in UomoVogue!The order includes 1 triptych consisting of 3 photos 50x70cm. To order more triptychs please select on the right.
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    Andy Warhol and fashion, 1975

    This triptych consists of three photographs that cannot be sold individually. Each photograph, signed by Oliviero Toscani, is in 50 × 70 cm size.Oliviero Toscani photographed Andy Warhol in his studio in Canergie Hall in the mid-1970s. It was a fashion shoot, later published in UomoVogue. Toscani and Warhol went to Brooks Brothers to shop for clothes dressed in clothes that he would have never worn, middle class American, it was like a disguise that amused them a lot. Few time later, while in Italy, he told Toscani that people on the street recognized him because he was seen in UomoVogue!The order includes 1 triptych consisting of 3 photos 50x70cm. To order more triptychs please select on the right.
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    Robert Rauschenberg, 1973

    This triptych consists of three photographs that cannot be sold individually. Each photograph, signed by Oliviero Toscani, is in 50 × 70 cm size.Oliviero Toscani photographed Rauschenberg in his studio in Lafayette Street in 1973. It was an old, deconsecrated church, and Toscani remembers it was kind of messy, full of noisy people, Robert's assistants, friends and dogs. The photos were published in Vogue.The order includes 1 triptych consisting of 3 photos 50x70cm. To order more triptychs please select on the right.
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Oliviero Toscani Photos

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    Newborn – 1991

    A newborn: Oliviero Toscani is perhaps the most “censored” among photographers. He said he wanted to show a pure moment, like the birth, to see if authorities would be able to censor it again. Of course it happened and the poster provoked reactions of blame and disapproval.
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    Patti Smith – 1973

    In questa foto una giovanissima Patti Smith, ancora sconosciuta e appena arrivata a New York. Oliviero Toscani la incontra, individua subito in questa fresca ragazzina un grande talento e la fotografa nel suo studio a New York.
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    New York – 2002

    One year after September 11, the newspaper Max asks Oliviero Toscani for his interpretation of New York. This photograph is part of the reportage.
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    Flowers – 2008

    This photograph is part of a men's fashion shoot for Vogue Japan done with stylist Nicola Formichetti.
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    Le Bambole 2007

    More than 30 years later, Oliviero Toscani reinterprets the Le Bambole image, for its re-edition. And the symbol of femininity has also changed from 1973 to that of the 21st century.
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    Razza Umana – Man Cartagena – 2014

    Razza Umana is the result of a collective subject, the study of Oliviero Toscani in the reality of approval and globalization. He gives us, with Its frontal view, an infinite gallery of portraits that confirm the role of art in photography: to represent a value that is the coexistence of differences. The one and only real purpose of art is to bear witness to the human condition. Oliviero Toscani was always interested in human imperfection. Within human imperfection we can find all possible creativity, art is the result of the pursuit of perfection, to which we all aspire.
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    Hands – 1990

    One of Oliviero Toscani's most iconic photographs used as a United Colors of Benetton campaign, this image shows once again that it is not equality but difference that unites.
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    Indian child – 1996

    This image is part of a series of photographs taken in India for a United Colors of Benetton catalog. The child's eyes and cheerfulness struck Oliviero Toscani, and this portrait is one of his favorite photos.
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    Spring model – 2014

    This photograph is part of a series in which Oliviero Toscani answers through an editorial a question that the fashion world is constantly asking: who are the top models of the future?
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    Glass – 2005

    These polychrome glass feathers from the Murano Pauly art glassworks become an abstraction of colors and shapes.
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    Livorno – 2000

    Oliviero Toscani is called to interpret the new millennium and chooses Livorno as his City: in this photograph the oldest and the youngest person of the time, together.
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    Man Ray – 1976

    The creative par excellence, Man Ray, photographed by Oliviero Toscani in his Parisian studio in Place Saint-Sulpice. This is one of the last known photographs of Man Ray, who died shortly after.
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    South Africa – 2010

    To coincide with the World Cup, Oliviero Toscani created an editorial for Woolworths in South Africa using the colors of the flags of the participating countries.
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    Amish – 2005

    On the occasion of the launch of the world's first hybrid car, Oliviero Toscani chooses an Amish family for the campaign of the Toyota Prius. It is well known that Amish reject all modernity. They would never buy a car, not even an environmentally friendly one....
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  • Maschera 2004 Foto di Oliviero Toscani
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    Mask – 2004

    Color black and white beauty photography.
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  • USA e URSS – 1985 foto di Oliviero Toscani
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    USA and URSS – 1985

    During the Cold War, Oliviero Toscani photographs two black twins, one American and one Soviet. With photography, we get to where the world will arrive when it is finally civilized.
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    Seminarians – 1962

    This photo is part of a reportage on the clergy-mafia relationship that Oliviero Toscani took for the weekly l'Europeo, during the school period at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Zurich.
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    Luxury – 2015

    ELLE is the magazine for which Oliviero Toscani has worked the most, and in turn he himself is the photographer with the most presence in the magazine's history. There are many monographic issues entirely made by Toscani and this photograph comes from one of them, dedicated to the theme of luxury.
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    Model with flowers – 2015

    Since his debut in the world of fashion, Oliviero Toscani's models are cheerful, carefree, running and jumping expressing joy and happiness. This photo is for an Elle Italy feature dedicated to luxury.
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  • Famiglia reale 2015 Oliviero Toscani
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    Royal Family – 2015

    For the Roleski brand Oliviero Toscani crosses boundaries and founds the Free Royal Republic of Roleski, which has no laws, but has its own anthem that speaks of democracy, love and freedom. Here we can see a member of the "royal family", very far from the concept of nobility that comes to our mind at first.
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    Condoms – 1991

    In the years in which AIDS was killing like never before, Oliviero Toscani created a rain of colored condoms, like a powerful contemporary fresco that shows us sex from a safe and joyful perspective.
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    Lady with hat – 1973

    Donna Jordan in a photograph for Vogue, where Oliviero Toscani ironically quotes the cliché of the fashion images of the past, where the models were distant, untouchable and reserved for the powerful sheikhs.
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  • Mazzo di fiori 1990 Foto Oliviero Toscani
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    Bouquet of flowers – 1990

    Offering a bouquet of flowers is the simplest and purest gesture to communicate with another person.
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    Monica Bellucci – 1988

    One of the first photographs with Monica Bellucci as a model, who was brought by Oliviero Toscani to Paris for ELLE magazine, and from there began her dazzling career.
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