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Bottle (b)

Year of origin

Bruno Gambone


very good condition
h 62 / w 18 / d 13

Another outstanding object, not only striking due to the given height, but also the colouring and composition. The sculptural bottle comes with a cap and changes its organic shape depending on the angle and perspective. Again, the Italian artist Bruno Gambone proves to be a master of his craft.  Gambone began experimenting with canvas and fabrics in the 1950s and developed his signature style that reminds of Lucio Fontana. In the early 1960s he set up in New York where he frequented the likes of Rauschenberg, Nevelson, Stella, Lichtenstein and Warhol. As well as painting and sculpture, he also worked in theatre and cinema, turning to ceramics and design later in his life.