Introducing Marco Vernaschi’s Fine Prints Collection

Marco Vernaschi’s most iconic artworks are now available as a curated Collection, on Saatchi Art. Designed for both fine art collectors and photography lovers, Marco’s series are now on sale as limited and open editions. 

The collection wonderfully encapsulates Marco’s eclectic production, featuring some of his most renowned series. Ahícito Nomás, his latest work, stands out for his whimsical visuals and witty portraits. The project explores the link between ancestral and contemporary feminism in Argentina’s Andean Altiplano.

Saigon, Japan, produced in Ho Chi Minh City in 2020, echoes Human Rights Watch policy to fully decriminalize sex work. The series beautifully portrays Vietnamese sex workers in their self-empowering bid to be officially recognized as legal laborers, and shake off a century of stigma.

Among Marco’s distinctive black & white, defined by David Lynch as “one of the most unsettling and fascinating in contemporary art“, the Collection also features Biophilia, a visual investigation on the increasing need to reconnect with the natural world. The series Placebo, first exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale, is the result of a personal research on sexual energy.

Marco’s fine art prints are masterfully produced in Italy, using archival pigment ink on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper, and are certified, shipped and insured by Saatchi Art. For more information, you can visit Marco Vernaschi Collection. For any inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact Marco’s Fine Prints Sales department. Customized sizes maybe also available. You can learn more about Marco on his TPS profile page.