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A arte Invernizzi

A arte Invernizzi

Private Gallery
Art Cologne 2014 (8.4.2014)

10-13 APRIL 2014

HALL 11.2 STAND A-038

At Art Cologne 2014 the A arte Invernizzi gallery is presenting an exhibition project which will give rise to different spatial perceptions by way of the dialogue between works that are also characterised by the use of heterogeneous materials.

At the centre of the stand there will be the work Ohne Titel by Ulrich Rückriem made up of eight blocks of dolomitic stone, positioned in such a way that none of them meets with another either along the diagonals or the crossed trajectories on the bases of the geometrical and strategic rule according to which there are 92 possible moves, without reciprocal conflict, horizontally, diagonally and vertically within the space of the chessboard. Presented in this way the eight blocks will activate new paths and possibilities.

The works by François Morellet, characterised by their use of white neons, will define diverse potentialities of expression, opening themselves to the dialogue with the holes created by Riccardo De Marchi on his stainless steel and plexiglass surfaces, in this way identifying and indicating heterogeneous cognitive paths.

The bands of different acrylic colour painted by Nelio Sonego on the white surfaces of his Orizzontaleverticale series interact with the work entitled Territorium created especially for this occasion by Günter Umberg who in ordering diverse monochromes on the wall, in this way creating a dialogical connection between them, gives rise to a new perception of the surrounding environment.

A arte Invernizzi
Via Domenico Scarlatti 12
20124 Milan

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