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Posted - May 08 2020 :  16:14:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi All, I'm new here, thanks for looking. Picked this up at a flea market, very cool graphics, woman I bought it from said it was Cuban & that she purchased it in Europe.
Very thick heavy paper. Colors rich & vivid & appear layered but I'm guessing it's some type of high end print...all solid under magnification, no dots.
To me the guy screaming with the balloon filled with text (I cannot read Spanish) looks like Ozzy Osbourne... Signed at the bottom, tried to get good photographs.
Any thoughts or opinions on origin or possibly artist is appreciated!!


Susan Campione Pompei

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Posted - May 09 2020 :  02:32:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Post-Jodernismo is a notion invented by Glexis Novoa (whose name is vaguely visible lower left) and his Minerva Art from Cuba. All very rebellious and loud and against whatever they could find to be against. Lower right reads 'Firma 87' meaning 'signature 87', hilariously funny of course (not)...

This seems to be an offset print 'signed' somehow by hand in pencil with that word Post-Jodernism and P/A for (I think) Prova Artista, so a print meant not for commerce but for the maker.


A large oil by Novoa 'El país de los muertos, 1996' was auctioned for 20K in 2000 by Sotheby's, so a print would have some value, I guess.
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Posted - May 11 2020 :  10:37:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks so very much! Info is extremely helpful!! I appreciate your taking the time to provide so much detail, you kindness is appreciated!! Nancy

Susan Campione Pompei
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