Papo Colo (1946-)
portfolio of eighteen duotone prints from original monoprints by Papo Colo in original cardboard cover with nut and bolt fastener
14 1/4h x 11 3/4w in
unnumbered edition of 500
published by Exit Art, New York
good used condition with some yellowing to pages, folded edges and slight tears to dust jacket + crease tear, cardboard cover shows some wear around edges
Papo Colo is an interdisciplinary artist, whose work ranges from performance, theater and installation art to painting, writing, and graphic design. He lives and works in New York City and in El Yunque rainforest in Puerto Rico. His father, Francisco Colon Garcia, was a boxing champion and Colo’s exposure to the glorification of the body through boxing was influential to his work. In 1982 Papo Colo and Jeanette Ingberman, founded Exit Art. Along with being the curator and cultural producer for Exit Art, Papo Colo has organized over 100 shows in which he was also the exhibition and graphic designer.