“Serenata Equinofebrífuga” | Pedro Friedeberg

“Serenata Equinofebrífuga” | Pedro Friedeberg

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Serigraphy / 77 x 77 cm

Framed in silver

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Pedro Friedeberg

Pedro is a Mexican artist and designer known for his surrealist work filled with lines colors and ancient and religious symbols. His best known piece is the “Hand-Chair” a sculpture/chair designed for people to sit on the palm, using the fingers as back and arm rests.

Friedeberg’s reputation for eccentricity has been lifelong, not only linked to surrealist artist but other eccentrics such as Edward James and Antonio Souza. Friedeberg has had a tendency to protect and defend those who have lost their fame and fortune, such as Pita Amor did in her old age, when she was ridiculed by elements of Mexican society.