Kinetic sculpture for Arform
Paolo Tilche & Otto Monestier

Rare sculpture produced by Arform, the manufacturer founded by Italian architect Paolo Tilche. This piece was designed by Paolo Tilche and Otto Monestier and it is made of steel with chrome and nickel-plated finishing. It can be moved in order to create different shapes.

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Italy, early 1970s. Preowned.

Chrome-plated and nickel-plated steel, excellent vintage conditions.
Labeled "Arform".
See condition report and more biographical details below by clicking on "info".

Height 24 cm / 9,4 in; adjustable width.

- P. Tilche, "Progetti e ricordi", Stampa Grafiche Fornasari 2000


Condition report: this piece was a stock fund so it was never used. There is some small oxidation to the chrome base.

Otto Monestier (1918-1997) was an Italian artist and sculpturer. Self-taught, he started working in publishing and advertising as a graphic designer. He continued this activity for all his life long, while at the same time working as an artist with many different media: painting, drawing, sculpture. He renovates historical pieces and designs his own. He conceived the "movable sculpture", among which the most famous example is "Eva", a sculpture presented in 1969 at the 46th Art Biennale in Venice.