Pedro Friedeberg - Artprice by

Pedro Friedeberg - Artprice by

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Pedro FRIEDEBERG is an artist born in Italy in 1936/37. The artist's works have gone up for sale at public auction 1,613 times, mostly in the Print-Multiple category. The oldest auction recorded on our site is for the artwork Untitled (Table) presented in 1988 at Christie's (Furniture) and the most recent is for the artwork Mano-Silla presented in 2024 (Sculpture-Volume).


Ranked 2425th in the top 5000 world rankings of best-selling artists at auction (Turnover 2023). The artist's works are mainly sold in the United States. The artist has collaborated with Leonora CARRINGTON.'s Artist Analytics for Pedro FRIEDEBERG are based on 1,613 auctions.

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biography of Pedro FRIEDEBERG (1936/37)

Birth place: Florence, Italy

Addresses: Mexico City 6, Mexico

Profession: Painter, sculptor

Studied: Iberoamerican Univ., Mexico; sculpture with Mathias Goeritz.

Exhibited: Biennale Cordoba, Art, 1966; Fantastic Furniture, Mus. Contemporary Crafts, NY, 1966; Labyrinths, Kunstakademie, Berlin, 1966; Expo 1967, Toronto, Ontario, 1967; 20th Biennale S„o Paulo, Brazil, 1969 & Bienal Coltejer, Medellin, Colombia, 1972; Galeria Misrachi, Mexico City 6, Mexico; Kiko Galleries, Houston, TX., 1970s. Awards: Premio antrax, Biennale Cordoba, 1966; second prize, Expos Solar, 1968.

Member: Salon Plastica Mexico; Los Hartos (founding member).

Work: Worcester (MA) Mus. Art; Isaac Delgado Mus., New Orleans; Panamerican Union, Washington, DC; Rose Art Mus., Brandeis Univ., MA; Mus. Arte Mod., Mexico City; The Israel Mus., Jerusalem. Commissions: sculptures, garden of Andre Bloc, Paris, France, 1963; mural, Hotel Camino Real, Mexico City, 1968

Comments: Preferred medium: wood. Positions: art editor, Meideo This Month, 1960-64. Publications: author, Autobiography,Archit. Journal; Archit. Fantastique, Paris, 1962; author, Autobiography, 2, Motive, 1962; author, Dialogos, 1971.

Sources: WW73; Ida Rodriguez, Pedro Friedeberg (Programa Cult. 19th Olimpiada, Mexico, 1968); Alfonso Neuvillate, P Friedeberg, catalog (Biennale S„o Paulo, 1969); Ida Rodriguez, Pedro Friedeberg (Univ. Mexico, 1972)."



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