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A arte Invernizzi

A arte Invernizzi

Private Gallery
 
FIAC Paris 2010
 
Michel Verjux
Michel Verjux
  Alan Charlton
Carlo Ciussi
Dadamaino
François Morellet
Mario Nigro
Pino Pinelli
Nelio Sonego
Günter Umberg
Michel Verjux

21-24 ottobre 2010
Grand Palais Stand C34

Preview
19 ottobre 2010 ore 16-20.30
Vernissage
20 ottobre 2010 ore 17-22
Apertura al pubblico
21-24 ottobre 2010 ore 12-20

A arte Studio Invernizzi gallery will exhibit at Fiac 2010 in Paris representative works by Alan Charlton, Carlo Ciussi, Dadamaino, François Morellet, Mario Nigro, Pino Pinelli, Nelio Sonego, Günter Umberg and Michel Verjux.

The modularity of the work which becomes physical expansion of the image, distinguishes Alan Charlton's work "5 Vertical parts", 1995, acrylic on canvas, 216x63 cm.

Carlo Ciussi created for the occasion the work "Untitled", 2010, oil and charcoal on canvas, 138x88 cm, where the sign is structured in a sequence, generating unstable geometric equilibria.

The work by François Morellet "Petite acrobatie n. 1", 2010, acrylic on canvas on wood, blue and red neon, 170x180 cm, will be on display.

Dadamaino will be represented with the work titled "I fatti della vita. Lettera 12", 1980, indian ink on framed paper, 205x98 cm. This work was exhibited on the occasion of Dadamaino's solo exhibition at XXXIX Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte La Biennale di Venezia in 1980.

Michel Verjux will create for the occasion the light projection "Découpe en douche sur socle blanc".
Mario Nigro will be represented by the work from the Tempo totale series titled "Pensiero", 1975, acrylic on canvas, 81x81 cm, in which the independence of the colour is set off to extremes.

The work by Pino Pinelli "Pittura R", 2007, mixed media, 33x63 cm is body of concrete colour which speaks the physicalness of the space-light.

Nelio Sonego realized two new works of the series "Orizzontaleverticale" in which the painting fluidifies opening the image over the edge.

The work by Günter Umberg forms a relationship with the space surrounding it by virtue of the physical value of the painting that constitutes it. Almost as if it were expanding, the picture acquires depth and, by altering the flatness of the wall, invades the space.

A ARTE STUDIO INVERNIZZI
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20124 Milano Italy
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Image:
Michel Verjux
Porte (découpe de lumière projetée sur socle, sol et mur)
A arte Studio Invernizzi Milano 2009
 
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