- 90.I Tribal Art and 90.II Contemporary Native American Art
- Glass-mirror-deformation: "Konvex-Störung", 1979
Glass-mirror-deformation: "Konvex-Störung", 1979
Bonato, Victor (*1934), Niederkassel, Germany
|Provenance||Size||Starting price / estimated price|
|M: 37.4 inch x 25.6 inch||1500 EUR / 3000 EUR|
two vaulted mirrors on acrylic glass and wood plate, inscribed, titled and dated verso on a sticker, signed by hand and numbered 55/ 80 Bonato graduated in mural painting and spent several years studying in the United States. He was, among others, together with Joachim Bandau, co-founder of the Cologne artist group "K-66". As a freelance artist, he first created socially critical pictorial works. Under the aspect of the irritation of eyesight and behavioral habits, he began to work with glass mirror deformations in 1969. In 1979, three-dimensional mirror objects and glass mirror torsions were created. In 1982 he dealt with the primal phenomenon of polarity. Bonato received various prizes, among others in 1993 the August Macke Medal in Bonn. He lives and works in Niederkassel.