Limited edition (60 copies of which only 20 are available for distribution) of Roberto Cuoghi's artist book, accompanied by an offset printing in colors + selective varnish laminated on Dibond (27 x 40 cm), numbered and signed by the artist.
Roberto Cuoghi (born 1973 in Modena, lives and works in Milan) is a multimedia artist working in painting, sculpture, digital animation, drawing and sound. He is perhaps best known for his dramatic life choice, at age 24, where he physically altered his appearance to become a well-respected man in his sixties. That decision laid the groundwork for many of his works that explore issues surrounding transformation, time, memory, identity, and death. One of his most recent works, Šuillakku—corral version (2014), a large-scale sound installation that creates a hybrid between the music of non-Western and Western cultures and is inspired by the ancient Assyrian empire, was the subject of his first U.S. museum show at the New Museum in the spring of 2014.