DALLA VENEZIA, Who Killed Cattelan?

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David Dalla Venezia (Cannes 1965)
“Who killed Cattelan?”, 2007
Oil painting on canvas Important painting by the artist, made on the occasion of the 2007 Venice Biennale, with an ironic-polemic intent. The choice of Cattelan’s face and of himself as interpreters of the famous work of Caravaggio, to which he refers, struck and interested a lot of audiences and critics, outside the usual channels of the Biennale’s party-going official.
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