|Artist: Grittini Giuliano||Width: 50 cm|
|Support: Paper||Height: 65 cm|
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Giuliano Grittini is an artist who likes to use icons and images in order to represent them such a pop style. In this case he worked on an original photo showing Andy Warhol while he created an artwork by the use of the historic PC Amiga 1000 in 1985. This was the first real Computer-Art work signed by Warhol. So the image is important, not just because it portrays Warhol at work, but for its value as a historical record of the first experiment with digital art. As a model for the occasion was chosen Debbie Harry, the famous singer of the group Blondie.
Giuliano Grittini was born and raised in Milan, where he attended the School of Graphic Design and had the opportunity to develop his skills especially in printing of author's books. He has collaborated with important Italian and international artists like Baj, Fiume, Sassu, Guttuso, Scanavino, Tadini, Warhol, Vasarely, Rotella, which he photographed during different times of their artistic activity. His photographs and artworks have been published by Rizzoli, Bompiani, Frassinelli, L'Espresso, Panorama, Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, L'Unità and have been shown in several solo and group exhibitions.
One of his favourite icon is undoubtedly the famous Italian poetess Alda Merini. He dedicates to her many photographs in the book "Faults of images." The artist is still operating and produces his artworks in his own press house in Corbetta, near Milan.
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