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Le cose nascono dalla necessità e dal caso
This stunning Blue-Chip artwork, titled 'Le cose nascono dalla necessità e dal caso', is the perfect representation of the uniqueness of Alighiero Boetti’s work. Thirty-six colourful and bright letters embroidered on canvas transform an artist’s message into art, creating a fascinating wordplay.
The piece, signed by the artist and registered at the official Archive (n. 9752), is made even more valuable by the tribute to the people of Afghanistan with the words, 'to Afghans, by Afghans', written by Boetti on the back of the artwork. Indeed, Boetti took inspiration for his research from Afghan embroiderers, directly involving them in the art-making process.
It is also the first time that this 1989 piece enters the art market, where it is so rare to find a piece of the same level of quality and size available for purchase.
This untitled gouache, made by the artist in his latest production phase, can be seen as a celebration of the symbolism of Chagall’s work and an emphasization of his emotional touch. In a dreamy, imaginative and surrealist landscape, the artist represents a fiddler and a floating cow immersed in an indistinct environment where it is possible to clearly distinguish only the leaves of a tree. Connecting to Jewish culture, which has deeply influenced Chagall’s practice throughout all his life, the fiddler, vital presence in religious ceremonies and festivals, represents the communion with God possible to achieve through music and dance, while the cow is the symbol of life par excellence, as also the leaves are. These essential themes of the artist’s work have been celebrated in the most renowned Chagall’s paintings, as for example The Green Violinist, 1926 (Oil on canvas - now at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York) and Cow with a Parasol, 1946 (Oil on canvas - now at MET Museum, New York).