From  29 May to 30 September 2014

Biasutti & Biasutti Gallery is pleased to present Group Show, a unique exhibition, which focuses on the artistic features and choices of the gallery. The show’s aim is to emphasize each artist’s individuality and singleness, going through the first decades of 1900 until today.

Alongside the Twentieth Century Piemontese Masters, as the Gruppo dei Sei di Torino (Turin Six Painters Group), Francesco Tabusso and Felice Casorati, Arte Povera’s works stand out with Calzolari, Piacentino and Zorio. Going back to another kind of “figurative genre”, visitors can appreciate the Corrente Group, a movement born in Milan in 1938 by Ernesto Treccani, which took its name from the Journal “Corrente di vita giovanile”. The Group included, among others, Bruno Cassinari, Ennio Morlotti and Emilio Vedova, whose works are exhibited in the show.

The exhibition brings together, also, the narrative figuration of Arroyo, the fantastic representation of Salvo and the iconographic elements of Pizzi Cannella, such as vases, flower, and everyday’s objects. A bright colourful lines weave by Dorazio overlooks and calls back green, red and black tones of Perilli’s geometries, Mondino’s flags and an unusual 1961 Carolrama’s paper on canvas.

A more contemporary group of artists, as Bonomi and Turola, Camagni and Maestri are presented in the exhibition.

Group Show will be open until the 30th of September 2014, except for the month of August.



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

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