Roberto Crippa 

OPENING:  8 February 2001 6 p.m.

From 8 to 28 February 2001

Biasutti & Biasutti presents an exhibition dedicated to Roberto Crippa (Milan 1921-Bresso, Milan 1972), one of the most important voices of Spatialism, founded by Lucio Fontana in 1947. An art, that of Crippa and his fellow travelers, oriented towards overcoming abstractionism and realism, elaborating a new dimension instead. Thirty works covering a time span between the 1950s and 1970s. The exhibition opens with the first experiments on Spirals, examples of which are "Spirali" of 1951, "Soli e spirali" of 1952, to arrive at a series of Compositions: "Abstract Composition" of '49, "Composition" of 1954 up to the "Sugheri", made between the early 60s and early 70s: an example of this is "Landscape" of 1962, "Lunar Landscape" of 1964 and "Moon Sun" of 1970. The exhibition concludes with some Totems, an evolution of the spirals, but certainly another important step in the artist's visual journey. Text by Pier Paolo Benedetto.


Biasutti & Biasutti Arte moderna e contemporanea s.r.l. P.IVA 07850810016 - Capitale sociale €10.000,00 i.v. - Iscritta al R.I. di Torino al n. 165421/99 R.E.A. della C.C.I.A. N 926697

This site uses cookies to improve the browsing experience of users and to gather information on the use of the site. You can know the details by consulting our privacy policy. Continuing browsing you accept the use of cookies; otherwise you can leave the site.