Afro

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Afro Basaldella was born in 1912 in Udine, Italy. His formation took place between Florence and Venice, where in 1931, he obtained a diploma in painting. In 1930 Afro moved to Rome thanks to the scholarship received by the Marangoni Artistic Foundation of Udine. Then he spent some time in Milan, where, together with his […]

Edo Bertoglio

Edo Bertoglio, born in 1951 in Lugano, Switzerland, is a Swiss-born Italian photographer and director known for his relationship with the most crucial character of the NYC art scene in the 80s. After earning his degree in film direction and editing from the Conservatoire Libre du Cinéma Français in Paris, he moved first to London […]

Alberto Biasi

Born in 1937 in Padua, where he still resides, Alberto Biasi is one of the protagonists of Italian art in the postwar period, as well as one of the founders of the historic Gruppo N. Only at the end of World War II Biasi enrolled in the Department of Architecture at the University of Venice […]

Alighiero Boetti

Alighiero Boetti was born in Turin,Italy, in 1940 and lived and worked in Rome, where he died in 1994. Boetti’s early works from the 1960s were largely object-oriented and fitted well within the realms of the Arte Povera movement. However, his work became increasingly distinctive in its conceptuality. As duality was a important concept in […]

Agostino Bonalumi

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Agostino Bonalumi was born in 1935 in Vimercate, Milan. He took part in the Post-War avant-garde movement associated with the ZERO group. He studied technical design and mechanics. As a self-taught painter in 1958, Bonalumi together with Enrico Castellani and Piero Manzoni, presented a show at the Galleria Pater in Milan, followed by other shows […]

Francesco Carozza

Francesco Carozza’s words are presented as an exciting narrative that translates the dream-like dimension into a tangible one, meaning “from dream to reality”. The translation of his dream into a painting takes place according to a surprising construct: within a snowy, pure, material space to conquer the two-dimensionality and overcome it. There are points of […]

Enrico Castellani

Born in Castelmassa, Italy, in 1930, Enrico Castellani studied art and architecture at Belgium’s Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts and École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et des Arts Décoratifs de la Cambre in the early 1950s. After moving to Milan in 1956, he began to make art that challenged the conventional separation of painting, sculpture, and architecture, […]

Gianni Colombo

Gianni Colombo, Milan 1937-1993, is one of the most important Italian artists of kinetic work, and a member of the Arte Programmata movement. Between 1959 and 1960 he founded the T Group, linked to the international movement Nouvelle Tendence. His first solo show was held at the Galleria Pater, Milan in 1960. ​ His interests […]

Dadamaino

Eduarda Emilia Maino was born in Milan in 1930. A self-taught painter Dada (diminutive for Eduarda) took up art after completing a medical degree. In 1957 she met Piero Manzoni who became a life-long friend. The following year she adhered to the Milanese avant-garde and created her first substantial body of work, the Volumi, creating […]

Chiara Dynys

Chiara Dynys, is born in Mantua and works in Milan. Ever since she started, in the early 1990s, her work has followed two main currents, both motivated by a single underlying outlook with regards to reality: to identify in the world as well as in every form, the presence and the meaning of an anomaly, […]