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ArtVerona 2015

Hall 11 B2

16 - 19 October 2015

Hidetoshi_Nagasawa,_Vecchio_pino,_1985,_legno_ottone_e_carta,_210x180x300_cm_.jpg
Hidetoshi_Nagasawa,_Visione_di_Ezechiele,_1990,_ottone,_rame_e_vetro,_120x80cm.jpg
Hidetoshi_Nagasawa,_Visione_di_Ezechiele,_1990,_rame,_vetro,_ottone,_polisolfuro_di_potassio,_120x60cm.jpg
Jannis_Kounellis,_Senza_titolo,_1995,_carta_pastello_a_olio_e_acciaio,_100x70_cm__installazione_100x70_(_S.T.__1995_).JPG
Giuseppe_Spagnulo,_Cerchio_spezzato,_2006,_acciaio,_21x22,5x20_cm_.jpg

Mauro_Staccioli,_Roma_2011,_acciaio_corten,_104x100x27_cm.jpg
Paolo_Icaro,_Forma_tesa,_2011,_zinco_e_gesso,_20x83x20_cm.jpg
Paolo_Scheggi,_Senza_titolo,_1960,_lamiere_policrome_sagomate_e_montate_su_telaio,_38x48x7,5_cm.jpg
Gianfranco_Baruchello,_Gli_organi_delle_persone_giuridiche,_1964,_tecnica_mista_su_plexiglas_sovrapposti,_47x55_cm.jpg
Vincenzo_Agnetti,_Dimensione_e_infinito_sono_un_unico_muro,_1970,_bachelite,_70x70_cm_.jpg

Paolo_Cotani,_Senza_titolo,_1975,_tecnica_mista_su_bende_elastiche_su_telaio,_60x60_cm.JPG
Renato_Ranaldi,_Fuoriquadro_2,_2008,_tela_e_acrilico,_73x55_cm_.jpg
Bruno_Gambone,_Oggetto,_1970,_acrilico_su_tela_estroflessa,_70x70x10_cm_.jpg
Rodolfo_Aricò,_Senza_Titolo,_1970-75,_acrilico_su_tela_sagomata,_150x180_cm_.jpeg
Alfredo_Pirri,_Piega,_2014,_acrilico_su_carta_arches,_82x63x13_cm.jpg

Once again this year Galleria Il Ponte is proposing an exhibition project centred fundamentally around sculpture, through the work of  Hidetoshi Nagasawa, presenting three of his sculptures and some of his drawings, and, in the “King Kong” section, Vecchio Pino (Old Pine) from 1985, a large work in wood and brass: an object-sculpture in search of a structural equilibrium that challenges the laws of statics and dynamics. His pieces are accompanied by the work of six other artists, to whom the gallery has dedicated exhibitions and monographs in recent years: Bruno Gambone, Jannis Kounellis, Paolo Icaro, Renato Ranaldi, Giuseppe Spagnulo, Mauro Staccioli. A group of sculptors all born between 1936 and 1941 either in Italy, or who have found their home here, each with their own characteristic way of making art.
This focus on artists who have been making art from the second half of the sixties to date intends to highlight the importance that the “classical tradition” of our sculpture had and still has in the sphere of international contemporary art.

Placed alongside this group are works by Vincenzo Agnetti, Rodolfo Aricò, Gianfranco Baruchello, Paolo Cotani, Piero Dorazio,  Alfredo Pirri,  Paolo Scheggi.


 
 

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