Saatchis, Giger and the rest of the artists that inspired their creations have always been a source of inspiration for many, but their work has been transformed and turned into a whole new genre of artworks, with many artists creating works with a very particular focus on the artist or his life.
Today, the Saatchies, Gies and the other artists have their work displayed at some of the world’s most prestigious art museums.
The exhibition of their work will take place at the Museo delle Scienza in Milan from January 27-28, 2019.
The exhibition, titled “Giger’s World: A Conversation”, will also feature paintings and drawings by Giuseppe Gabriele, Francesco Sesto and Giacomo Puccini.
It is set to feature some of their most iconic works, including a work by the artist who created the iconic Alien creature, as well as works by other artists including Marcel Duchamp, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Renoir.
The exhibit will also include a work from the work of French-Italian artist Michelangelo, a painting by the German-Italian master Josef von Stroheim and a piece by the Dutch artist Jan Kogonca.
The work from Kogoni, a work called “Dies Ihre Welt,” was commissioned by the Russian State Art Foundation in 2013 to be used in the Russian parliament’s building, while the work by Stroheim was commissioned in 2017 to be painted on a roof of the Museum of Modern Art.
The art of the Saas and the Gies, who collaborated on many of Gaudí’s paintings and sculptures, was also hugely influential on the rise of modern art.
Their work has influenced artists like Robert Rauschenberg, Mark Rothko and Peter Cézanne, while artists like Henri Matisse, Damien Hirst and Frank Stella have influenced the works of other artists.
A painting of the Sistine Chapel by Leonardo da Vinci, which will be on view in the gallery from January 20-23, 2019, will be the first to be commissioned by Saas, Gigers and the others.
The artists who collaborated with them on the work are:Gibson, Giacometti, Mazzucchelli, Sculptor, Pietro Maggi, Giuseppo Verdi, Titian, Duchamps, Basquiata, Gaudi, Rembrandt, Rubens, Botticelli, Van Gogh, Titania and Guglielmo Marconi.