Exhibitions

SU CARTA - ON PAPER 

Accardi, Anselmo, Balla, Baruchello, Casorati, Dorazio, Francis, Kounellis, Mondino, Morandi, Nitsch, Pace, Paulucci, Pizzi Cannella, Rama, Spazzapan, Turola, Zorio

 

Until 29.05.2021

A group exhibition characterized by different artists who, through the most important artistic movements, have worked on paper. This itinerary includes two of the most representative artists of the Italian tradition of the Twentieth Century: Felice Casorati with Figura (1960), a delicate melancholy feminine portrait and Giorgio Morandi with Natura Morta (1946), a both sides drawn typical still life. From the simplicity and refinement of Carlo Pace ‘s works (1958,1960) realized with glues and enamels to Spazzapan’s gestural strenght in Composizione by 1958, where his deep blue prevails. A more contemporary aspect, even already historical, is represented by Carla Accardi’s tempera Lilla verde viola (1989), Jannis Kounellis’ tars, Gilberto Zorio’s mixed media Canoe (1990) and a typical red work by Hermann Nitsch. The show continues with an Indian ink by Baruchello, a fabulous tempera by Gabriele Turola, and with Aldo Mondino’s D’Apres Millet.

 

Until Saturday the 29th of May 2021
(*) The exhibition may be subject to changes in dates and times following the provisions for the Coronavirus emergency.

 

Galleria Biasutti & Biasutti, Via Bonafous, 7/L – 10123 Torino
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