Senza Titolo - Sandro Chia

Support: Paper
Technique: Mixed technique
Brand: Mirabili
Edition: Unique piece
Year: 1991
Height: 56 cm
Base: 56 cm

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The message that Mirabili intends to portay involves well-known artist and designers, selected for their particular gifts and their poetic world, lending an innovative and sensitive contribution to the cultural image of the habitat as “Art of Living”.‎ It is a collection which wants to communicate with art, by means of visions and emotions: a quality that justifies its meaningful presence in museums, art galleries and in collections of qualified collectors.‎ New free art is becoming an eeryday item, even though is it abstract and poetic; it is changeable in that is applied without prejudices and circulated without inibitions through living spaces.‎ It corresponds ever more to the idea and ideals of need.‎ It enters dwellings not merely to be looked at, but also to interact in the life and with the wishes of people; not only to decorate but also to animate; it cannot be confined to a frame or a stand, and its challenge is to introduce fragments of aesthetic utopia beyond the temple of the Muses, into the home of man.‎ MIRABILI was created in the mid eighties as the synthesis of the experiences and perceptions of Sergio Cammilli, a protagonist of Italian design of the sixties.‎ Interaction with other experts and artists gave life to a theoretical, practical and productive laboratory, as an initial and highly original phenomenon in renewing the Art of Living with a modern feeling for the old.‎

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Shipping methods

We only ship with insured express courier. VAT and transport are not included in the price list. The insurance is included in the shipping costs and covers the entire value of the work. You are 100% guaranteed from theft or damage that may occurre during shipping. Before accepting the package, make sure it is intact and not wet. We recommend accepting with reserve.

Shipping costs and delivery time

Shipping costs are charged to the customer and are indicated separately on the order form and on the invoice, unless otherwise indicated. Orders shipped outside the European Union may be subject to import duties. Mirabili pays duties in advance for all orders shipped to the United States and Canada, so these customers are not subject to additional fees. Orders shipped outside the EU, the United States or Canada may be subject to import taxes. The purchased products will be delivered on working days by a selected courier (therefore excluding Saturdays, Sundays and local or national holidays) by the deadline indicated during check out.

What to do if the work arrives damaged

When the courier delivers the artwork to you, you must first make sure that the package is not broken or wet. However, we recommend accepting with reserve. If, once the package has been opened, the work should be damaged, you must contact us within 24 hours from the delivery date, sending us photos that clearly show the damage.


If the artwork is not as expected and intends to return it, it can do so within 10 days from the delivery date. By sending an email to galleria@mirabili.it or by calling us on 0573 790066. The Return Authorization Form will be sent to you by email, without which your return will not be accepted and will be sent back. Then, he will have to carefully pack the work and send it to the address:

MIRABILI Art of living
Via Corticella 5/7/9
51039, Quarrata (PT), Italy

Shipping costs and risks are charged to the customer. After the return has arrived at our warehouse, it will be refunded within 10 days of receiving the artwork.


Who is it.
Born in Florence in 1946. After the Institute of Art and the Academy of Fine Arts he travels in Europe and the East. In 1970 it was a Rome, where in 1971 his first solo show took place; from this moment on one of the most brilliant careers of Italian contemporary Italian art begins with exhibitions, retrospectives and works permanently in museums and galleries around the world. In 1982 it was a New York city, where it would stop for about twenty years. Among his most important personal exhibitions: Royal Academy of London (1981); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Guggenheim, New York (1983); Metropolitan Museum, New York (1984); National Gallery, Berlin (1984, 1992); then Paris (1984), Dusseldorf (1984), Antwerp and Mexico City (1989); Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence (1991); and again Karlsruhe (1992) and Palm Springs (1993); Villa Medici in Rome (1995); Palazzo Reale, Milan (1997), Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida (1997); Civic Gallery, Trento (2000); Palazzo Pitti and National Archaeological Museum, Florence (2002); Cathedral of S. Agostino, Pietrasanta (2005). In 2010 it is the great retrospective at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome curated by Achille Bonito Oliva. Recently (2011-2012) he was present at the Transavanguardia exhibition at the Palazzo Reale in Milan curated by Bonito Oliva, in various solo shows in Bologna, Milan, Modena and in numerous group shows throughout Italy. Today he lives between Miami, Rome and Montalcino.

What does he do.
He is one of the most important members of the Italian Transavanguardia together with Clemente, Cucchi, De Maria and Paladino, a movement theorized by Achille Bonito Oliva and controlled by the immediacy of the pictorial sign, combined with the power of a chromatism often with violent colors. In Chia this is combined with the profound inspiration he draws from the great past: Tiziano, Masaccio, Tintoretto, Lotto, Michelangelo, but also from his contemporaries De Chirico, Lèger, Cèzanne, Picabia, Chagall; a great "baggage" that the artist absorbs and reworks personally, thus creating his unmistakable figures, massive and compact, characters almost suspended between heaven and earth but living in their richness of color, a color that Chia literally holds "in hand" with force, modeling it now in a light way now in a powerful way. The bodies are vital and sensual, their monumentality is lively and exuberant. In addition to painting, the Maestro also dedicates himself to sculpture, engraving, illustration (for works by Alda Merini, Beppe Fenoglio and Gabriel Garcia Marquez), ceramics.

Today he lives in Miami, Rome and in the Romitorio Castle of Montalcino, where he has also been producing prestigious wines since 1987, including the world famous Brunello wine. He has exhibited at the Paris Biennale, the San Paolo Biennale and in various editions of the Venice Biennale. In 2003, the State purchased three important works for the Senate collection and, in 2005, two monumental sculptures were placed in front of the main headquarters of the Province of Rome.

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These general conditions relate to the purchase of products or services, carried out remotely via the telematic network, from www.mirabili.it with headquarters in Via Corticella 5/7/9, 51039, Quarrata (PT), Italy. Each purchase transaction will be governed by the provisions of Legislative Decree 206 of 6 September 2005 (Consumer Code) and, in particular, of those referred to in Section II, Part II, Title III (distance contracts ) as well as, as regards the protection of personal data, by the provisions of Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, n.196.
VAT and transport are not included in the price list.

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The purchase of products and services for sale on the www.mirabili.it site are made at the price indicated therein, to be confirmed at the time of order confirmation, in addition to the transport costs. Before confirming the purchase, the total cost of each selected product, the total cost and transport costs will still be summarized.

The payment of the price of the purchased products and the costs of the related transport must be made according to the methods chosen in the order phase: CREDIT CARD - PAYPAL - ADVANCE TRANSFER.

The delivery of the products will be made in the following ways chosen by the customer: - Free collection by the customer at Via Corticella 5/7/9, 51039, Quarrata (PT), Italy - Express Courier Delivery will be made to the address indicated by the Customer for shipping. The customer is required to verify that the package is intact, not damaged or wet. Only after this verification will the Customer accept the delivery. Once the delivery has been accepted, if the content inside the package is damaged, the Customer will have 24 hours from the delivery date to contact MIRABILI Arte d'Abitare and ask for a refund of the insurance, by sending photographs in which the damage it is clearly framed.

The working days indicated in the product data sheets are indicative, and in any case not considered mandatory. However, Mirabili will take care of fulfilling orders as soon as possible, compatibly with the production times of the products purchased. The Company will not be responsible for any delays by couriers, attributable to external causes or force majeure. In this regard, the Customer declares to have been informed that the timing for the fulfillment of an order varies according to the type of processing and the quantity requested.

The Customer has the right to withdraw from the contract concluded with the Seller, without any penalty and without specifying the reason, within ten (10) working days, starting from the day of receipt of the products purchased on www.mirabili.it . To exercise the right of withdrawal, the customer must send an email to galleria@mirabili.it and wait for the return form which will be sent to the customer via email. Only when the customer has received the form, he can send the return. In no case will returns be accepted without the explicit request from the Customer and without the sending of the return form by the Company. The Customer assumes the costs and risks of returning the goods. Once the return has arrived at our warehouse, in via Corticella 5/7/9, 51039 Quarrata, Italy the Company will issue a refund within 10 working days

For all disputes concerning the interpretation or execution of the contract, the competent court will be the Court of Pistoia exclusively.

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