Alberto BALI 1984
IDL LITHO PRINTING
size 90cm x 67,5cm/24.5”x34.2”
Print run : 500 copies
Graphic designer, Alberto Bali loves above all creating posters, but also books, boxes... The pace set by the variation of images in a series of prints or serigraphs, enables one to enter more deeply in a monument, a neighborhood, a city - la Villette, the Opera Bastille, Saint-Nazaire, La Pampa, the art deco villas in Hossegor, as many spaces where Alberto captures the essence, better any photograph can, finding a little magic in what is a well-established specialty in classical art, the architectural drawing. His two posters for Willi's, 1984
Alberto Bali was born in 1944 in Rosario, Argentina's second city, a great grain port on the Parana River. The mixture of his origins is a reflection of the great crossroads of immigration that Argentina was during the first half of the twentieth century - since his father, a native of India and a student at Oxford, England, was persuaded by a fellow polo Argentine to move to Argentina where he met his future wife of Italian descent, as half of Argentines. Upon his arrival in Europe, Alberto Bali had chosen to abandon the straight line, the ruler and compass of the architects, to venture into the tracks of artistic expression. But it is also true that, like it or not, he has never completely abandon his architectual origins. In the different artistic expressions that he gradually explores, one after the other, painting, sculpture, design, graphic design, interior design & advertising, one can note fantasy inspired by the poet, who is trying to bring a pencil, colour, printing an exact time of a landscape, but also the rigor of the composition, "made" so dear to the architects who installs his work in a well identified form.