the rectangular pieces are 49x37 inches and the square ones are 43x43 inches. too big for me unfortunatley! great, great work though.
Yeah this is my only hangup on his work. I personally love what he does but can't get over the shear size of these pieces. It may make them that much more impressive but I love his smaller pieces that really show how talented he is with the detail of his work.
sorry for the late reply... as sven mentioned earlier, yes, they're huge but palladino has always wanted to work on a bigger canvas someday and finally, he got his wish as he was able to afford bigger papers! he might bring a few smaller works to nada art fair next month though.
Wow, that's wonderful news! I don't know much about Fredericks and Freiser, but definitely will research on this gallery. I hope that he does bring high-quality works to this new show which is only 5 months away, but knowing his work ethnic, he probably would bring original "wackos" for us. Can't wait!
I know absolutely nothing about this gallery, so I'll do some digging as well to see what their all about. But if it's a major step up, that's great for Palladino. Been eying the right piece for quite a while now..and came close to pulling the trigger on the Uncle Scrooge piece for Basel. Look forward to this potentially providing an opportunity to view the work in person finally. Thanks for the heads up.
Ha... i actually almost pulled the trigger for the Uncle Scrooge piece, too. Also, I liked the "Kiss" piece, too. I guess you can't have everything from him. Seeing the work in person is definitely much better than staring at the pictures while figuring out whether the photos have been photoshopped or not. ;-)
as of armory, so a few months i guess, baer ridgway still had one of the nice maze-like pieces they brought down to basel, along with a few shirts. prob sold, but prob still worth dropping them a line too.
figure i'll come to regret passing on one of those nada works i really dug in hindsight. sounds like most, if not all, of the nyc work is being held for museums. bravo, matt!