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      • Catalog of an exhibition held Mar. 20-May 16, 1999, Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento.Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-191).Italian and English.

        StatementMazzotta
        PublishersMazzotta
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 53 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 108820213060
        Series
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Enrico Castellani Biography

Enrico Castellani was an Italian painter and a catalytic figure in the European post-war avant-garde born in Castelmassa, Italy, in 1930. In contrast to Fontana, Castellani has created an artwork that evokes nothing, that quite simply is. White Surfacepainted in white acrylic, is a typical example: the viewer encounters rhythmic indentations and protrusions, a delicate topography of peaks and valleys. The Italian, however, has never revelled in the limelight, preferring his work to speak for itself.

Light and shade, space and structure should be contained in the work itself and not be elicited in viewers by means of sensory deception. That same December also saw the launch of their journal, "Azimuth".

The last major recognition given to the artist while he was alive was the exhibition "ZERO:Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s", realised in 2014-15 by the Solomon R.

He represented Italy at the Venice Biennales of 1964, 1966, and 1984. That tension between the hand-made and the autonomous is something that ran like a thread through the works of a number of artists from the period that Castellani first began making similar canvases, such as Alberto Burri and Robert Rauschenberg.

To that end, he moved to the small, medieval town of Celleno in central Italy in the 1970s, where he continues to live a peaceful existence, now in Enrico Castellani ninth decade. The gallery would hold Enrico Castellani exhibitions in total, including three by Manzoni and one by Castellani his debut show.

With a gallery and a magazine, he set out to overhaul Post-War art Castellani was far from impressed with the state of art in the late 1950s, both in Italy and abroad. Handed out by the Japanese imperial family after selection by the Japan Art Associationthe award goes to five international cultural figures each year. Enrico Castellani

Enrico Castellani

The work appears to straddle the realm of the traditional picture, hanging on the wall, yet also to function in an almost abstract manner.

There Enrico Castellani 24 similar related artists for Enrico Castellani available:,,,,,. He has been honoured alongside Sophia Loren In 2010, Castellani was one of three Italians — alongside actress Sophia Loren and pianist Maurizio Pollini — awarded the Praemium Imperiale in Tokyo, one of the most prestigious prizes in the arts world.

In December 1959 the two artists opened Galleria Azimut in Milan. askART lists Enrico Castellani in 0 of its research Essays. In December 1959 the two artists opened Galleria Azimut in Milan.