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Maurizio Cattelan

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Io sono il migliore, 1970 © Courtesy 1000eventi, Milan
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Untitled, 2007 Taxidermic Horse © Courtesy of the artist
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Frank and Jamie, 2002 Wax, Clothes Jamie: 182 X 63 X 45.5 Cm, Frank: 191.5 X 63.5 X 52.5 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
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Untitled Wax Figure, Fabric Figure: 150 Cm, Hole: 60 X 40 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
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All, 2007 Marble Installation View Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2nd Floor Photo: Markus Tretter © Maurizio Cattelan, Kunsthaus Bregenz
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La Rivoluzione siamo noi (We are the Revolution), 2000 Polyester Resin, Wax, Pigment, Felt Suit, and Metal Coat Rack; Figure 123.8 X 35.6 X 43.2 Cm; Coat Rack 189.9 X 47 X 52.1 Cm. Edition 3/3 © Courtesy of the artist & Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Whitechapel Gallery
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Untitled, 2001 Wax, Pigment, Human Hair, Fabric and Polyester Resin 150 Cm X 60 Cm X 40 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & FONDATION BEYELER; Photo: Zeno Zotti
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Untitled, 2001 Stainless Steel, Composition Wood,electric Motor, Electric Light, Electric Bell, Computer 23 1/2 X 33 5/8 X 185/8 in © Courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
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© Courtesy of the artist & FONDATION BEYELER
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Installation view © Courtesy of the artist & FONDATION BEYELER
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Untitled , 1998 Olive Tree, Earth, Water, Metal and Plastic © JJYPHOTO,courtesy of Yuz Museum Shanghai
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Padova, Italy
Birth year
1960
Lives in
New York City
Works in
New York City
Representing galleries
Statement

Maurizio Cattelan is probably best known for his satirical and controversial sculptures, particularly La Nona Ora (The Ninth Hour), depicting the Pope John Paul II struck down by a meteorite. Along with long-term collaborators Ali Subotnick and Massimiliano Gioni, he curated the 2006 Berlin Biennale, ran the Wrong Gallery, a glass door in New York attracting many highly accomplished artists to exhibit and published Charley: an occasional slightly satirical arts journal. He frequently submits articles to international publications such as Flash Art.

An interview with the artist can be seen here.

Portrait Photo: Pierpaolo Ferrar

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