Works by Antonio Segui

Antonio Seguí (b. 1934) is a painter and printmaker whose vivid, often satirical figurative works focus on the people and vistas of modern urban life. He’s inspired by comic strip characters, texts, arrows and various signs, juxtaposed onto the figures that resemble comic strip-style language. Born and raised in Cordoba, Argentina, Seguí has maintained a serious art practice since he was a teenager. His early work was influenced by the Cubists, Fernand Léger and Diego Rivera.

In 1957, Seguí had his first solo exhibition in Cordoba at the age of 23. He moved to Mexico the following year, where he studied printmaking. After a brief return to Argentina, he moved to Paris in 1963, where he lives and works today. He has exhibited at galleries and institutions throughout the world. In 2005, his work was the subject of a retrospective at the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, in Paris. Scroll down to see works by Seguí from the Zane Bennett Contemporary collection, and click here to learn more on our website.

Antonio Seguí
Las Cuates Esquinas
color lithograph
25.50 x 23.63 in

Antonio Seguí
Cache-Cache
color lithograph
15.81 x 22.93 in

Antonio Seguí
On Attend
color lithograph
22.37 x 19.18 in

Antonio Seguí
Cache-Cache
color lithograph
15.81 x 22.93 in