Roberto Cuoghi, Pazuzu, 2008


Roberto Cuoghi
Pazuzu, 2008
Digital Pigment print with phosphorescent silkscreen glaze
41 x 35 cm
Edition of 100, signed and numbered
£160 (ICA Members £120)

Italian artist Roberto Cuoghi has achieved international acclaim for his work, which incorporates a wide range of techniques including photography, video, animation, painting, drawing and sound. Cuoghi's print for the ICA depicts Pazuzu - a demon that plays an important part in the artist's thinking for his exhibition. Pazuzu (who was used as a model for the demon in the film The Exorcist) was one of the most powerful of Assyrian demons, and images of it were used as amulets or charms. Such charms were often placed at entrances or gateways to ward off evil spirits - a greater spirit used to drive out lesser ones.

Created exclusively for the ICA on the occasion of Roberto Cuoghi's London exhibition, this print is the latest in a series of collaborations with artists included in our exhibition programme. All sales proceeds directly support the ICA's exhibition programme.

Please note, edition is glowing in the dark.

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