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"Positions" - morrocan handmade rug | Area Rug in Rugs by Johanna Boccardo. Item made of wool with fiber
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Created and Sold by Johanna Boccardo

Johanna Boccardo

"Positions" - morrocan handmade rug

The design for this piece was inspired by a contemporary dance art piece. Each line represents one of the climaxing moments of physical tension interpreted by the dancer

Handwoven in India with premium New Zealand wool. Limited edition.

This rug was presented at Zona Maco Contemporary Art fair in Mexico City, MX.
Woven by Odabashian.

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Item "Positions" - morrocan handmade rug
Created by Johanna Boccardo
As seen in Private Residence, Miami, FL
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Johanna Boccardo
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Art is how I contemplate and understand the blurred boundaries between real and virtual life and what is private or public.

Miami-based Venezuelan artist Johanna Boccardo has an ample creative career that includes fine arts, editorial illustration, product design, as well as urban street art.

Through the masterful use of different media, she explores the application and interaction of color sequences to develop abstract ideas and concepts at various levels of non-literal meaning.

I grew up in a small colonial city in the Guayana region of Venezuela along the banks of the Orinoco river. A lot of my childhood was spent at my grandparent’s house, a magical place where the exotic and the familiar mixed, where every plant and animal exploded with vivid color. Life was intimate, personal, and private.

Today a lot of my output is the result of collaboration, whether it’s exploring inner worlds with private clients or augmenting public spaces for cultural institutions or companies. Art is how I contemplate and understand the blurred boundaries between real and virtual life and what is private or public.