Robert Lazzarini Companion Model Drawing Original Graphite Drawing by Robert Lazzarini
Purchase Companion Model Drawing Original Graphite Drawing by Robert Lazzarini on Fine Art Paper Modern Street Pop Artwork. 2010 Signed Original Graphite Pencil Drawing Size 11.5x14.5 Robert Lazzarini (b. 1965) Companion Model Drawing, c. 2010 Graphite on paper 14-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches (36.8 x 29.2 cm) (sheet) Signed in pencil to lower right. American contemporary artist Robert Lazzarini was born in 1965 and is renowned for his mind-bending sculptures that manipulate everyday items such as guns, chairs, and skulls. These pieces challenge our understanding of reality, incorporating a mix of computer-aided design and traditional sculpting methods. Lazzarini completed his studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, earning his BFA in 1990. His artwork has been showcased in numerous galleries and museums across the globe, with some of his most notable exhibitions being held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Hirshhorn Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Lazzarini's sculptures are famous for their ability to distort and alter our spatial perception. The unconventional shapes and dimensions of his creations make the viewer question the objects themselves and the reality they occupy. Lazzarini's artwork challenges us to reconsider our assumptions and preconceptions about the world around us by presenting familiar objects in unfamiliar ways.