2 edition of Lucio Fontana found in the catalog.
|Statement||[catalogue of an exhibition held] 21 mai - 15 juin 1963 ; [text by Pierre Rouve].|
|Contributions||Gimpel & Hanover Galerie (Zurich)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
The multiple comprised of a 'book-sculpture' of wood and enamel in orange, containing two Plexiglas die-cut plates (one opaque perspex & one translucent perspex), and one artist's book by Otto Hahn, with cover illustration by Lucio Fontana, book-sculpture. Numbered on edition 80 Brand: Lucio Fontana. Lucio Fontana 4, 3 hardcover 1 softcover Book Set Christies Art Books. Condition is Used like new condition. Shipped Media mail, any questions please feel free to contact me, I will be selling my entire collection of catalogs and rare books follow my listings a lot more to Rating: % positive.
Lucio Fontana (–), a major figure of postwar European art, blurred numerous boundaries in his life and his work. Moving beyond the slashed canvases for which he is renowned, this book takes a fresh look at Fontana's innovations in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and installation : The Met Store. Courtesy Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano and Hauser & Wirth. DIALOGO: The California-Mexico Design and Architecture Dialogue, Curated by Monica Calderon, Adam Blackman and David Cruz with Book Release for Mexico City Architects Ezequiel .
Catalog of the exhibition at Tornabuoni Art Gallery in London dedicated to Lucio Fontana. The essays give great insight into the origins, content and features involved in the works and in the artistic movement that the artist himself referred to as 'Spazialismo' (Spacialism), illustrating the underlying reasons for the growing international interest in Fontana's work. Lucio Fontana’s body of work has come to be regarded as a powerful precedent for numerous 20 th-century movements, including environmental art, performance art and Arte in in Argentina, Fontana moved with his family to Milan, Italy, in
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Lucio Fontana A brilliant book filled with great illustrations that are pretty close to the originals. If you go to the Pompideau in Paris you can see some fantastic Fontana pink ovals.
In my estimation Lucio Fontana is in the league of Duchamp, Max Ernst, Joseph Cornell in the expression of sexuality that is symbolic and powerful.5/5(1). In Lucio Fontana, Anthony White examines a selection of the artist's work from the s to the s, arguing that Fontana attacked the idealism of twentieth-century art by marrying modernist aesthetics to industrialized mass culture, and attacked modernism's purity in Cited by: 3.
Lucio Fontana: 10 October - 5 December, by Fontana, Lucio and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lucio Fontana was one of the most influential and innovative figures of twentieth-century Italian art.
From his earliest monumental sculptures and collaborations with architects in the s to his spatial environments and slashed canvases of the s and s, Fontana's raw, vigorous, and richly expressive works overturned the conventions of art and challenged existing4/5(6).
Evaluating Fontana’s interest in synthesis and moving beyond his famous slashed canvases, this book reveals Fontana to be one of the first installation artists. Essays by international experts address his work from both an Italian and Argentine perspective, providing numerous insights into Fontana’s expansive practice.
A new view of Fontana showing how the artist combined modernist aesthetics with outmoded forms of kitsch. Ina solo exhibition by Argentine-Italian artist Lucio Fontana met with a scathing critical response from New York art critics.
Fontana (–), well known in Europe for his series of slashed monochrome paintings, offered New York ten canvases slashed and punctured, thickly.
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Ina solo exhibition by Argentine-Italian artist Lucio Fontana met with a scathing critical response from New York art critics. Fontana (), well known in Europe for his series of slashed monochrome paintings, offered New York ten canvases slashed and punctured, thickly painted in luridly brilliant hues and embellished with chunks of colored glass/5(8).
"Lucio Fontana was one of the most influential and innovative figures of post-war Italian art. From his earliest ceramic sculptures produced in the s to his famous punctured and slashed canvases of the s and 60s, Fontana's raw, vigorous and often intensely beautiful works broke with convention and challenged existing ideas about the work of art and the role of the artist in an age of.
LUCIO FONTANA: SCULPTURE Foreword by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson. Text by Lucio Fontana, Paolo Campiglio, Jan van der Marck. ASPEN ART PRESS ISBN: USD $ | CAN $ UK £ Pub Date: 1/31/ Active | Out of stock. The void, etc. etc.” —Lucio Fontana This publication is produced in conjunction with Ambienti/Environments, held at Pirelli HangarBicocca from September to January Focused on Lucio Fontana’s pioneering work in the realm of installation art, the exhibition presented a selection of his most experimental yet least-known works.
Lucio Fontana (–) radically transformed our conception of painting, sculpture and space by transcending the two-dimensionality of the canvas, foreshadowing many movements of the s and '70s such as Arte Povera, conceptualism and land art.
As the founder of Spatialism, an artistic movement that emerged in Italy in the late '40s, Fontana did away with the distinction between. The catalogue raisonné of the work of the Italian painter and sculptor presents a historical profile of the artist's complete body of work.
Organized chronologically and subdivided into categories of the extremely broad creative oeuvre of Lucio Fontana (Rosario de Santa Fé, –Varese, ), one of the leading exponents of the international artistic avant-garde of the Twentieth century Brand: Skira.
Symposium Lucio Fontana at The Met Breuer. Wednesday, Febru pm Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò 24 West 12th Street, New York, NY, A panel to discuss today's relevance of Lucio Fontana (–), on the occasion of the retrospective exhibition at The Met Breuer.
In Lucio Fontana, Anthony White examines a selection of the artist's work from the s to the s, arguing that Fontana attacked the idealism of twentieth-century art by marrying modernist aesthetics to industrialized mass culture, and attacked modernism's purity in a way that anticipated both pop art and : Since Lucio Fontana is famous for the “destruction” of his paintings, you may be interested in finding out more about this creative practice.
This is the first book to provide the transnational view of ruination in the world of abstract painting of the post-war period. This book focuses on the literal physical attack on the picture surface.
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Lucio Fontana (–) is widely regarded as one of the most influential and innovative post-World War II Italian artists. Best known for his tagli—slashed, mostly monochromatic canvases—Fontana fashioned a remarkably multifaceted œuvre that encompasses architecture, sculpture, and.
There are some melancholy aspects to an elegant retrospective, at the Met Breuer, of the Italian artist Lucio Fontana, who is famous for the monochrome canvases, neatly slashed with knives, that Author: Peter Schjeldahl.
Il volume, che accompagna la panoramica curata da Enrico Crispolti presso la Ben Brown Fine Arts Gallery di Londra (7 febbraio marzo ), presenta una selezione di sculture, opere su tela, inchiostri su carta e una serie di progetti su legno che evidenziano il percorso artistico di Fontana dagli anni Quaranta agli anni Sessanta.
Opere inedite e opere note nel percorso che si apre con la. Take Lucio Fontana, who was born on this day, 19 February, in He is best-known for slashed and stabbed canvases, which he created from the late s up until his death in However, it is hard to gather this from his own writings, wherein he set out his ambitions to create an entirely new type of art he called Spatialism – a.Italian artist Lucio Fontana tore apart the modern art establishment—literally.
Trained initially as a sculptor, Fontana () blurred the Category: Books > Art. Beginning 13 February, ‘Lucio Fontana. Walking the Space: Spatial Environments, – ’ will be the first comprehensive presentation in the US of the late Italian master’s groundbreaking ‘Ambienti spaziali’ (Spatial Environments).
‘Walking the Space’ will be accompanied by a new book published by Hauser & Wirth.