Grand Bar, 1991

Volume Sculpture. Printed paper construction on plywood in plexiglass, on a marble base.
Dimensions: 259 x 310 x 26 cm



Title of work: Grand Bar.
Year: 1991
Artist: Pavlos (Dionyssopoulos)
Medium: Printed paper, plywood, plexiglass, marble.
Dimensions: 259 x 310 x 26 cm. Bar: 203 x 300 x 20 cm. Base:  56 x 310 x 26 cm.
Signature: Hand signed and dated 'Pavlos 91' (lower right).
Edition: Unique Piece Included in the catalogue raisonné "PAVLOS". Linda et Guy Pieters Editions, Knokke-Heist 2008. ISBN:9789081048590  

The monumental sculpture “Grand Bar" by Pavlos Dionyssopoulos, includes 136 bottles and glasses made of poster paper, placed on 4 wooden shelves on a wooden panel, which also have painted or engraved bottles on its surface. All this together, enclosed in a 1 cm thick Plexiglas measuring 300 x 202 x 20 cm. It has the appropriate infrastructure to be hung directly on a wall or placed directly on its wooden and sturdy base which is covered with black marble.

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About the Artist

Pavlos Dionyssopoulos

Pavlos (Dionyssopoulos) was born in Filiatra - Messinia in 1930. He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1949-1953) with Y. Moralis. In 1954, he went to Paris on a French state scholarship. He returned to Athens in 1955 and worked in advertising and the theater until 1958, when he left again for Paris, on a 3-year Greek state scholarship and settled there permanently. His artistic progress was largely influenced by the innovative atmosphere of the ‘60s, and especially by the New Realists and Pierre Restany, characterised mainly by his switch from conventional canvas painting to the use of cheap everyday materials of modern civilisation.