Monochrome

Il Monocromo è l’ultima e più radicale fase della pittura astratta.
Mostra on line con opere di: Aubertin, Bonalumi, Calzolari,
Dadamaino, Isgrò, Klein, Pinelli, Simeti, Sottsass.

Artisti in evidenza

Carmi  Elio

Carmi Elio

1953 In 1972 he completed his first integrated graphic communication project. Since then he has worked on numerous graphic design, industrial design, exhibition design and interior design projects for local, national and international clients. His current work is...

Festa Tano

Festa Tano

ROMA 1938 - ROMA 1988 Tano Festa trained at the Rome Istituto d'Arte and graduated in photography in 1957 following the example of Cy Twombly and Gestural and Informal painting. In 1959, with Franco Angeli and Giuseppe Uncini, he took part in his first group...

Baj  Enrico

Baj Enrico

MILANO 1924 - VERGIATE (VA) 2003 Enrico Baj was born on 31 October 1924 in Milan. After graduating from Classical High School, he enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine, which he abandoned after the Second World War to study law and, at the same time, attend the Brera...

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Selected works

Selected works

Wishing to see you at the gallery with works by: Boetti, Dadamaino, Griffa, Isgrò, Paladino, Schifano From Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00am to 1.00pm and from 3.00pm to 7.00pm

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Monochrome

Monochrome

Monochrome is the last and most radical phase of abstract painting. It conveys concepts of spiritual purity, of dissolution of material differences, of the oneness of the universe, of ‘nothingness’. It is a tool to reduce the painting or sculpture to its simplest...

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THE BLUE BANANA di Giuseppe Veneziano

THE BLUE BANANA di Giuseppe Veneziano

Curated by Andrea B. Del Guercio June 20- September 13 2021 Piazza del Duomo, Piazza Carducci – Pietrasanta (LU) Pontile - Marina di Pietrasanta (LU) Galleria Futura - Pietrasanta (LU)

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