38th anniversary 
BY ENRICO R. COMI, SINCE 1981   SPAZIO UMANO 2017 SPAZIO UMANO
THE COLLECTION
"He   enacted   the   artistic   drive   in   the   extreme,   flirted   consistently   with   failure,   and   in his   manic,   exaggerated,   remorseless   way,   exposed   the   human   vulnerability   behind   all great art. " Roberta Smith, NY Times
“ 2. Preis ”, 1989
Print-Multiple in Limited Edition 1-75/I-XXV, 16 colors silkscreen   on   tracing   paper   for   architects,   cm.   84x59, unframed,   numbered   and   hand   signed   by   the   artist, published    on    “Centro    Arte    Contemporanea    Spazio Umano    News”,    1996,    hown    in    many    international exhibitions   ( view   the   selected   exhibitions   list ).   Each work   of   the   numbered   edition   corresponds   to   the   one visible   on   the   picture,   some   minor   details   may   vary between   one   print   and   the   other,   due   to   the   peculiar characteristics of the paper chosen by the artist.
spazioumanocollection@gmail.com
Kippenberger on Spazio Umano / Human Space
38th anniversary 
BY ENRICO R. COMI, SINCE 1981   SPAZIO UMANO 2017 SPAZIO UMANO . THE COLLECTION
“ 2. Preis ”, 1989
Print-Multiple   in   Limited   Edition   1-75/I-XXV,   16   colors silkscreen   on   tracing   paper   for   architects,   cm.   84x59, unframed,   numbered   and   hand   signed   by   the   artist, published    on    “Centro    Arte    Contemporanea    Spazio Umano    News”,    1996,    shown    in    many    international exhibitions   ( view   the   selected   exhibitions   list ).   Each work   of   the   numbered   edition   corresponds   to   the   one visible   on   the   picture,   some   minor   details   may   vary between   one   print   and   the   other,   due   to   the   peculiar characteristics of the paper chosen by the artist.
Martin Kippenberger on Spazio Umano / Human Space
spazioumanocollection@gmail.com
"He   enacted   the   artistic   drive   in   the   extreme,   flirted consistently      with      failure,      and      in      his      manic, exaggerated,    remorseless    way,    exposed    the    human vulnerability behind all great art. " Roberta Smith, NY Times