Around the time of his second exhibition in 1964 at Kassel, Adami started developing a style reminiscent of French "cloisonnism", featuring regions of flat color bordered by black lines. In the 1970's, the artist began to address politics in his art, and incorporated subject matter such as modern European history, literature, philosophy, and mythology. This rich and colorful image was created as an original lithograph to benefit Medecins du Monde (Doctors without Borders), this is the original poster version advertising the FIAC art fair in Paris in 1988.
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