Chile · Arte Contemporáneo

Polígrafa

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  • Carlos Cruz-Diez
    Caura-1, 2015
    Litografía
    60x70 cm
  • Iván Navarro
    Diccionario enciclopédico Hispano Americano, 2017
    23x24x5 cm
  • Enoc Pérez
    Freedom Tower 1, 2017
    Litografía
    94,5x63,5 cm
  • Jordi Alcaraz
    Sense Títol, 2017
    Serigrafíal pigmento, láser y punta seca
    163x216x9 cm
  • León Ferrari
    Swish and swallow, 2009
    Litografía
    56x38 cm
  • Liliana Porter
    Yellow Thing, 2010
    Litografía con collage
    74x54 cm

Polígrafa Obra Gráfica was launched in 1964 by Manuel de Muga and since then has published editions featuring over 300 leading artists. In the 1970s Joan de Muga, son of the founder, opened Polígrafa’s own workshop with facilities for etching, lithography, woodcuts, and other traditional print techniques. Current partners Joan de Muga, José Aloy and Álvaro Puigdengolas continue the business to develop new projects with renowned contemporary artists in their workshop in Barcelona. They have collaborated with Chillida, Christo, Motherwell, Lam, Tàpies,George Segal, Joan Miró, Helen Frankenthaler, Roberto Matta, Ed Ruscha, Vito Acconci, Julio Larraz, Jaume Plensa, Antoni Tàpies, among others. Polígrafa is to be found at the principal art fairs around the world.

Director Álvaro Puigdengolas / José Aloy / Juan de Muga
Artists

Alfons Borrell / Antoni Tàpies / Benjamín Lira / Carlos Cruz-Diez / Christo / Enoc Perez / Francisca Sutil / Iván Navarro / Joan Miró / Jordi Alcaraz / Julio Larraz / León Ferrari / Liliana Porter / Ricardo Maffei / Samy Benmayor