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Creator: Carmen Mitrotta
Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr. 10
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space - minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colours. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to color.” Biography Exihibitions Group Exihibition • unseen, Art Fair ,Amsterda • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris , France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo Exihibion 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ ...A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum , Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Palazzo Leone da Perego , Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Galleria Bolzani , Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr 8
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space - minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colors. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to color.” Biography Exhibitions Group Exhibition • unseen, Art Fair ,Amsterdam • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris , France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia  Solo Exihibion 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ ...A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum , Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Palazzo Leone da Perego , Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Galleria Bolzani , Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Call to Faith Photo Limited Edition
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. Limited edition of 3 copies. Number 2. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Call to Faith “This project was inspired by watching a group of Muslim teenagers playing in a park. I was attracted not only by their outfit which was so different in comparison to Italian teenagers, but also by the way they played with their appearance and style comparable to any other teenager. I asked myself: how can a solid religious tradition exist in our fast moving lifestyle? I wanted to describe this integration creating a photo series using the image language of a fashion photo shoot. “Call to faith” shows a teenager who remains closely tied to its belief and tradition and - at the same time - playing with contemporary fashion and style. The object of the “veil”, both metaphysical and real, separates individual beings from knowledge and perception of reality, therefore becoming an obstacle between different cultures. In my work, I try to give the veil a new connotation: by chosing strong colors and a transparant tissue, I give the traditional veil a pop connotation. It symbolizes now the connection between different worlds and cultures.” Biography Exihibitions Group Exihibition • unseen, Art Fair ,Amsterda • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris , France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo Exihibion 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ ...A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum , Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Palazzo Leone da Perego , Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Galleria Bolzani , Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr. 15
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space - minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colours. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to colour.” Biography Exhibitions Group Exhibition • unseen, Art Fair, Amsterdam • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris , France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo Exhibition 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ ...A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum , Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Palazzo Leone da Perego , Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Galleria Bolzani , Milano 2017 Boutique...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr. 17
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space - minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colours. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to color.” Biography Exihibitions Group Exihibition • unseen, Art Fair ,Amsterda • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris , France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo Exihibion 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ ...A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum , Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Palazzo Leone da Perego , Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds” , Galleria Bolzani , Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr. 7
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space - minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: Plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colors. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to color.” Biography Exhibitions Group Exhibition • unseen, Art Fair, Amsterdam • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris , Art Fair Paris, France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds”: Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo exhibition 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum, Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds”, Palazzo Leone da Perego, Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds”, Galleria Bolzani, Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

Carmen Mitrotta Dead Food for New World Photo Nr. 12
By Carmen Mitrotta
Located in Milan, Italy
The feeling of photography is very similar to that of a painting. The print is made on hahnemuhle cotton paper and then mounted on aluminum. The photo can be sold with or without a frame. Dead food for new worlds “What will we eat in the future? More precisely: what kind of food products will we eat? It is an interesting question that, although we would like to know, we are incapable of answering. I found my own answer using the enigmatic nature of my still lifes, which allows an open interpretation and creates an ideal dialogue between present and future. This project was inspired by the painting “Basket of fruit” of Caravaggio. My work in contrast does not include the fruit as trophies. They are no bloodless objects destined for the kitchen, more than this they are part of a designed space, minimal spaces. These spaces compose the products on the table and show a new culinary sensorial experimentation: plastic, dry, alien food. The visual pleasure is more important than its taste. In an imaginary menu, I propose food with unusual combinations, a plunge into an aseptic environment, surrounded by delicate pastel colors. What catches the eye is the formal precision and attention to color.” Biography Exhibitions Group Exihibition • unseen, Art Fair, Amsterda • 2016 Photo London, Art Fair London, UK • 2016 Art Paris, Art Fair Paris, France • 2015 Kunst 15, Art Fair Zurich, Switzerland • 2015 “Dritte Runde”, Bildhalle, Kilchberg/Zurich • 2015 Photo Basel, Basel, Switzerland, • 2015 MIA Art Fair, Milan • In 2014 “Death food for new worlds” : Gran Sasso Science Institute (Aquila), Photo Gallery (Pistoia), L’impronta (Cosenza), Sala Fenice (Trieste), Camera Doppia (Torino),VisionQuest (Genova), Polifemo Fotografia(Milan), Archivio Fotografico Italiano (GorlaMaggiore), Massenzio Arte (Rome) • 2013 Museo di arte contemporanea, Lissone • 2013 “Premiato studio Promessi sposi”, Spazio Tadini, Milan • 2013 “My generation is different”, Palazzo del Broletto, Pavia Solo Exihibion 2014 “Pezzi da Museo” a cura di Roberto Mutti, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano 2015 “ A volte esco di casa con il cielo sotto braccio “ Gallerie Foto-Forum, Bolzano-Bozen 2015 “Dead food for new worlds”, Palazzo Leone da Perego, Legnano 2015 “Dead food for new worlds”, Galleria Bolzani, Milano 2017 Boutique Hermes...
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2010s Italian Modern Carmen Mitrotta Furniture

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Aluminum

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Carmen Mitrotta furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of paper and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Carmen Mitrotta furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Carmen Mitrotta were created in the modern style in italy during the 21st century and contemporary. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Abele Vadacca, Miki Astori, and Verter Turroni. Prices for Carmen Mitrotta furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,976 and can go as high as $4,940, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,976.

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