Daniel Senise - LATIN AMERICA New York Wednesday, September 29, 2010 | Phillips
  • Provenance

    The Kim Esteve Collection, São Paulo

  • Literature

    E. Leffingwell, The Keeper's Memory, The Kim Esteve Collection and a Narrative History of Chácara Flora, São Paulo: Editora Terceiro Nome, 2003, p. 192 (illustrated)

  • Catalogue Essay

    One of the remarkable Senise paintings that have graceded the Esteve collection, this  untitled mixed media on canvas (1992) has as its central preoccupation the beauty and the attrition of time.  Totemic,  conical, its principal  movement rising to the fluted crenellation above and the dark, brooding ground. of thethis abstraction is classic Senise, the very material of the studio floor assuming  the bonding that is on this artist’s take on mixed media, The central emblem’s overall  is a dancer’s third position. Since the 1980s Senise has exhibited in the bienal of Venice (1990) MoMA in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou, and the Museu Ludwig, Cologne.




Mixed media on canvas.
63 x 48 in. (160 x 121.9 cm).
Signed and dated "Daniel Senise, 1992" on the reverse.

$50,000 - 70,000 


29 September 2010
New York